110 William Street is a 32-story Class A, 928,181-square-foot office tower located on the northeast corner of William and John Streets in the heart of Manhattan’s Financial District. Originally constructed in 1918 as a 15-story building, the property was later expanded into a 32-story contemporary office tower in 1959 by renowned architect Sylvan Bien. The building’s elegant multiple setback design provides efficient boutique floor plates of multiple sizes ranging from 5,300 to 40,000 square feet, providing exceptional leasing flexibility.
110 William is well located within a dramatically changing market. The property has historically exhibited exceptional tenant retention. As the downtown market continues its resurgence led by a residential boom and billions in public-private infrastructure improvements, 110 William offers an exceptional location for tenants who want to be in the Financial District.