Located at 825 Eighth Avenue Worldwide Plaza is a Class-A office building in the Midtown West submarket of Manhattan. This 49-story office tower has over 1.8 million square feet of office space, approximately 30,000 square feet of retail space, a five stage off-Broadway theater, a 38,000-square foot fitness center and a 131,971-square foot parking garage with 475 spaces. Designed by David Childs of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the complex was developed by William Zeckendorf, Jr. and completed in 1989.
The building has three separate entrances to accommodate the various tenants in the building, which include the global headquarters of law firm Cravath, Swaine & Moore and the Americas headquarters for Nomura Holdings, Asia's global investment bank. Worldwide Plaza has both Energy Star and LEED Gold for Existing Buildings Certifications, and features a center core design allowing large corporate tenants the opportunity for private entrances leading to large blocks of space. Additionally, the asset enjoys spectacular park views of both rivers, Manhattan, Brooklyn, and New Jersey on its upper floors. These views are protected by the building’s position in the Special Clinton Preservation District, which limits the height of the surrounding buildings.
|Gross Leasable Area||2,048,725 Square Feet|
|Typical Floor Plate||34,000 Square Feet|