Set at 40 Worth Street in the TriBeCa area of New York, this commercial office building was originally completed in 1929.
FPE Architects work with Owner’s Team to Transform 40 Worth Street
After multiple city agencies vacated entire floors of 40 Worth Street, FPE Architects was retained to design a renovation plan to appeal to a variety of creative downtown commercial ventures including web designers, lighting and industrial designers, and not for profit companies. The scope of work includes 100,000 square feet of floor area over 3 floors, with most of the tenant spaces custom designed from a pre-built kit of parts and finishes with an industrial aesthetic. Public spaces being renovated include elevator vestibules, corridors, and core bathrooms.
40 Worth Street offers professional, dynamic, and sophisticated workspaces in world renowned Tribeca, the heart of Downtown Manhattan. 40 Worth Street comprises the entire city block bounded by Church Street to the East and West Broadway to the West. Now home to businesses like the international cosmetics company, The Maesa Group, the Legal Aid Society, and the Innocence Project. Also achieving their goal of attracting creatives and artisans like Roger Gural, owner of one of New Yorks Best Bakeries, Arcade Bakery, and the brainchild Bouley and French Laundry alum; the bakery is now situated at the end of the lovely vaulted-ceiling lobby at 40 Worth Street.