Landmark Style Reinvented


Crafted in the Italian Renaissance Revival style in 1902, The Broad Exchange Building is the work of renowned architects Clinton and Russell, creators of New York City landmarks including the American International Building and Astor Hotel.

Welcome to the next chapter of this Manhattan masterpiece’s story.

The elegant, pre-war lobby has original 19th century marble walls, gold leafing, artistic terrazzo floors, sweeping marble staircases, a marble pilastered walls, coffered 18-foot ceilings and a 48 foot-long imported silk and wool rug.