A NEW YORK LANDMARK

WITH A CAPTIVATING PAST

SOME BEGINNINGS WERE NEVER MEANT TO BE HUMBLE

The Broad Exchange Building has made a significant historical and architectural contribution to the Financial District, having seen constant evolution in its century of life. From workers to renters to owners. From beacon of financial dominance to lifestyle destination. From pivotal icon in New York’s oldest district to the heart of the city’s newest neighborhood.

Turn-of-the-Century Architecture

The building’s historic pedigree is felt through its spaciousness, style and comfort, distinguishing our one- and two-bedroom residences, as well as our exclusive selection of Penthouses. Each home features generous closets, wood floors and soaring ceilings up to 13½ feet, in addition to in-home washers and dryers as well as premium appliances and finishes.

DESIGN HIGHLIGHTS

Capturing the zeitgeist of the 1890s and the early 1900s, the architecture and design of The Broad Exchange Building is as distinctive as it is stunning.

Grand Marble Staircase

Lobby with Original Ceiling

Terracotta Medallions, Greek Figures and Floral Ornaments on the Exterior Facade

Black Porcelain Chandeliers

Looking to the Past

At the time of its construction, The Broad Exchange Building was the largest and most prestigious office building in Manhattan. Its proximity to the New York Stock Exchange made it one of the most sought-after addresses in the city for brokers and bankers.

HISTORY

A churning engine of industry and ambition since its start in the early 17th century, the Financial District has been a dynamic home to The Broad Exchange Building’s unique evolution.

Courtesy of the New York Stock Exchange

THE ONLY THING THAT REMAINS CONSTANT IS PROGRESS.
The Beginning

1900

THE BUILDING

An excellent example of turn-of-the-century skyscraper construction, the building is completed in 1902 by architectural firm Clinton & Russell to provide office space for financial companies. At the time of its completion, it is the largest and most prestigious office building in Manhattan.

THE NEIGHBORHOOD

As the 20th century began, “Wall Street” had become synonymous with the country’s larger-than-life trading power, and Manhattan’s very first neighborhood—the Financial District—was the center of governmental influence and financial dominance.

An Evolution

2000

THE BUILDING

The Broad Exchange Building, renamed 25 Broad Street at The Exchange, ended its commercial reign and becomes spacious, luxury apartment rentals.

THE NEIGHBORHOOD

The Financial District became a center of rebirth, with both the city and its people reinvesting in the neighborhood to attract tourists and residents alike.
Today

2020

THE BUILDING

Returning to its original name, The Broad Exchange Building undergoes a transformation to for-sale condominiums after several significant renovations since its initial residential conversion, offering new and upgraded amenities and common areas throughout the building.

THE NEIGHBORHOOD

World-class companies and talent are revitalizing the district with a heightened level of culture, commerce and community, making it one of the most requested addresses for new and innovative residences, while new restaurants, entertainment and activity have helped to triple the population since 2001.

IT’S BEEN SAID

With a compelling past and continuously evolving surroundings, there’s much to be said about The Broad Exchange Building and its neighborhood. 

Image courtesy of the Library of Congress

THE BROAD EXCHANGE BUILDING IS WORTHY OF THE WORLD’S MOST LUXURIOUS HOTELS.
Elliot Willensky and Norval White, The A.I.A. Guide to New York City, Fourth Edition
WE’VE WITNESSED SIGNIFICANT GROWTH IN JUST 10 YEARS AND WELCOMED INDUSTRIES THAT NEVER WERE HERE BEFORE.
Jessica Lappin, Downtown Alliance President
LOWER MANHATTAN MAY BE THE OLDEST PART OF NEW YORK, BUT THE NEIGHTBORHOOD SOMETIMES FEELS LIKE THE NEWEST.

Jane Margolies,
New York Times

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