Constructed in 1927 and designed by renowned architect Frank S. Parker, 200 Varick Street is an impressive 12-story Art Deco building situated on Varick Street between West Houston and King Streets at the heart of Manhattan's Hudson Square. With a total floor area of 490,000 square feet, the building offers large and efficient floor plates that are flooded with an abundance of natural light through gigantic windows on all four sides.
One of the building's most notable features is the brand new state-of-the-art lobby boost system installed in the elevators, increasing efficiency and reducing wait times for occupants. The ground floor of the building features retail tenants such as B.J. Magazines, Chipotle, Deb's Catering, Citibank, the Film Forum, and iconic SOB's Dinner Club. The offices for AHRC New York City and the Omnicom Group are also housed in the building.
200 Varick Street's prime location provides easy access to public transportation, with the 1 train available at the building's doorstep and the C and E trains just a short walk away at nearby Spring Street. Only a block away, City Winery is a popular after-work hangout, while the West Village and SoHo neighborhoods offer a wide array of prime dining and retail options.
To meet the modern telecommunication needs of its tenants, Stealth Communications has prewired all floors of 200 Varick Street with the latest fiber-optic technology. This enables occupants to access high-quality business-grade internet connectivity and Ethernet transport services at competitive rates, further enhancing the building's appeal as a prime commercial location in Manhattan.