THE DOWNTOWN
MEDICAL BUILDING

156 William is downtown’s new and only dedicated medical office building. Located in the heart of the Financial District, 156 William provides an exciting opportunity for its tenants to be at the forefront of Lower Manhattan’s growing medical community.

Building Features

  • Full medical build-out based on generous work letter
  • Adaptable to any medical speciality
  • Several ground floor retail/medical opportunities are also available
  • Across the street from NewYork-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital
  • Major capital improvement program underway
  • 11' average ceiling height
  • Close to all major transportation including the new transit hub at Fulton Center
  • Unique opportunity to be located among other major medical tenants
  • Building within a building entry and autonomy available for a large tenant

SPACE THAT WORKS

  • Floor RSF Availability Floor Plan
  • Part 8 3,731 RSF Immediate View X Close
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  • Part 4 12,204 RSF Immediate View X Close
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YOUR OWN IDENTIFICATION

  • Potential building within a building concept
  • Dedicated street entrance
  • Dedicated elevator access
  • Brand exposure at street
  • Brand presence in building lobby

DOWNTOWN IS NOW

Commitment + Investment

Lower Manhattan is the current focus of committed investment when it comes to transit and transportation infrastructure. $6.4 billion in transit investments will bring about a “golden age” with Fulton Center and the World Trade Center Transportation Hub linking East and West Manhattan seamlessly amongst 350,000 square feet of retail and dining space. These transit investments have the potential to bring in 3.6 million more workers.

We are Accessible

It is easier than ever to get to Lower Manhattan. The area is directly accessible to and from a variety of other NYC office centers. 6 ferry terminals, 12 subway lines, 2 PATH routes, 30 bus routes and 28 CitiBike stations all converge into one central hub of transit and transportation in Lower Manhattan.

Mass Transit Network

Lower Manhattan is home to a mass transit network that brings in 350,000 daily and 127 million annual riders, numbers that are growing as the area transforms. Between 2006 and 2013 the labor force with direct access to Lower Manhattan grew by 314,000 people, nearly 2.5 times the growth rate elsewhere in the NYC Metro Region. This network connects job seekers from areas in Brooklyn, Jersey City and the Bronx directly to the growing major employment center that is Lower Manhattan.

 

Neighborhood

Transportation
Connects to:
2 3 A C J Z 4 5 Fulton Street
E World Trade Center (4 blocks)
R Cortland Street (6 blocks)
PATH World Trade Center (6 blocks)
Restaurants
1 Acqua At Peck Slip
2 Aroy Dee Thai Kitchen
3 Au Bon Pain
4 Barbalu Restaurant
5 Bareburger
6 The Beekman Restaurants by Keith McNally (Coming Soon)
7 Bin 220
8 Chopping Block
9 Church and Dey at The Millenium Hilton
10 Da Claudio
11 Felice
12 GRK
13 Gran Morsi
14 Kgny
15 Les Halles
16 MarkJoseph Steakhouse
17 Melt Shop
18 Pret A Manger
19 R&R Coffee
20 Ryan Maguire's
21 Washington Market Tavern
22 Zaitzeff
Hotels
1 Andaz
2 The Beekman Hotel (Coming Soon)
3 Best Western Plus
4 Club Quarters
5 Club Quarters, World Trade Center
6 Conrad New York
7 Gild Hall Thompson Hotel
8 Hampton Inn
9 Holiday Inn Express
10 Holiday Inn NYC - Wall Street
11 Hotel Eurostars Wall Street
12 Millenium Hilton
13 New York Marriott Downtown
14 W New York - Downtown
15 New York Marriott Downtown
16 W New York - Downtown
17 World Center Hotel
Shopping
1 Brookfield Place (Coming Soon)
2 Barnes & Noble Pace University Bookstore
3 Bed Bath & Beyond
4 Brooks Brothers
5 Century 21
6 City Blossoms
7 Fulton Center (Coming Soon)
8 Godiva Chocolatier
9 Guess
10 Hermès
11 La Maison Du Chocolat
12 Pasanella & Son Vintners
13 Sephora
14 South Street Seaport
15 Staples
16 T.J. Maxx
17 Thomas Pink
18 Tiffany & Co
19 True Religion
20 TUMI
21 Urban Outfitters
22 Westfield World Trade Center (Coming soon)
23 Whole Foods Market

OWNERSHIP WITH EXPERIENCE

ownership

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William Macklowe Company (WMC), one of New York City’s leading real estate companies, is a privately owned, vertically integrated real estate investment company founded by Billy Macklowe. WMC and its principal’s activity at its predecessor firm have accounted for over $15 billion in real estate transactions as one of the more prolific owners, managers, acquirers and developers of prime Manhattan properties over the past 20 years.

WMC has a proven track record of successful real estate investments, with unmatched repeated value creation through its innovative repositioning and asset management. WMC has leased and managed in excess of 15 million square feet of premier office and residential properties in Manhattan, providing a level of service and operations long-recognized as exemplifying the highest standards in its industry.

The company believes that successful and profitable project development is based on sound concepts and design, thoughtful public-process management, financing expertise, efficient construction management, marketing and leasing, “hands-on” asset management and a philosophy of differentiated and attentive service. As such, WMC has developed substantial in-house expertise in each of these areas, and has assembled a team of seasoned professionals, many of whom have been associated with the organization and its predecessor for 15 years or more.

CONTACT

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PAUL WEXLER
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
212 836 1075 Phone
plw@corcoran.com
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