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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

Renowned architectural firm Clinton & Russell employed innovative skyscraper building technologies—including iron framing, building on bedrock and installing high-speed elevators—when they constructed their Beaux-Arts masterpiece in 1902. An ornate facade completes The Broad Exchange Building’s regal appearance, featuring Greek figures, lion’s heads and floral ornaments, as well as Doric columns matching the Stock Exchange just across the street.


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

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.


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

Courtesy of the New York Stock Exchange

1792. The Buttonwood Agreement is signed by a group of stock brokers, officially creating the New York Stock Exchange. Courtesy of the New York Stock Exchange
1902. The Broad Exchange—the largest office building in Manhattan—is completed. Museum of the City of New York
1903. The modern New York Stock Exchange building opens across the street. Art Institute of Chicago
1997. The Broad Exchange Building is remodeled to offer over 300 luxury apartments.
2000. The Broad Exchange Building is named a historical landmark by The Landmarks Preservation Commission on June 27.
2019. The Broad Exchange Building becomes home to 308 luxury, for-sale condominium residences after undergoing several significant renovations since its initial residential conversion.


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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

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.
Downtown Alliance President Jessica Lappin
Lower Manhattan may be the oldest part of New York, but the neighborhood sometimes feels like the newest.
Jane Margolies,
New York Times

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