Constructed in 1912 and designed by architect Francis H. Kimball in the Beaux-Arts style, 740 Broadway is a loft building situated at the Southeast corner of Broadway and Astor Place in Manhattan's Noho neighborhood. The building features efficient flexible floorplates, high ceilings, tenant-controlled A/C, and new large operable windows that allow for an abundance of natural light and unobstructed views of the north.
In 2017, a brand new contemporary lobby was completed, showcasing state-of-the-art architectural media walls that display breathtaking video footage of nature from around the world. The location of 740 Broadway is ideal, being just steps away from Astor Place and close to the vibrancy of the Village, with NYU to the west and the East Village to the east. Various retail shops, coffee shops, and restaurants in the vicinity provide an array of amenities for tenants.
Transportation is a breeze, with access to the R, W, and 6 trains right outside the building's doorstep, and Union Square just moments away on foot.
Stealth Communications has prewired all floors of 740 Broadway with fiber-optic technology, enabling tenants to have access to high-quality business-grade internet connectivity and Ethernet transport services at competitive rates.