The Bowling Green Offices Building
Built to a Hellenic Renaissance-style design, this building consists of three horizontal sections of white brick and granite along with a floor plan that lets in a ton of natural light. Situated at the tip of manhattan, take in beautiful water views from spacious rooms featuring high ceilings with the original wood and marble in some spaces. Enter the beautiful lobby from Broadway or Greenwich St where you can always feel secure by a 24/7 lobby attendant. With a cafe, coffee shop and barbershop in the lobby you don’t even have to leave the building. 11 Broadway even has old lockers from shipping company captains available for additional storage space.
162x200 irr. (28,814 sf)
Bowling Green Assocs., L.P.
KF Braun Management LLC
Additional Building Info
(2-12) 25,040 sf
(13-17) 25,185 sf
(18-22) 4,500-5,500 sf
Building's recent renovation include new elevators, lobby, mechanical, electrical, bathrooms and corridors.
24/7 Building Access
24/7 Lobby Attendant
Shared Conference Rooms
- Verizon FIOS
- Time Warner
- XO Communications
History of the
Bowling Green Offices
The site of the Bowling Green Offices Building was occupied by Dutch houses after the colony of New Amsterdam was founded.
The Atlantic Garden House (Burns’ Coffee House) occupied the site – followed by one of the New York and Harlem railroad freight depots.
Construction for The Bowling Green Offices Building began funded by Queen Victoria.
Contruction for The Bowling Green Offices Building was completed, boasting 16 floors designed by W. & G. Audsley. Hosting various steamship offices, including the White Star Line, due to its close proximity to the New York Harbor.
Representatives nationwide met to vote of the proposed gold standard for the dollar.
The Erie Railroad Comany took the 3rd-5th floors approximately 76,000 sqft of office space.
The White Star offices in The Bowling Green Offices Building we’re besieged by relatives and friends of persons known to be on the ill-fated Titanic.
The Bowling Green Ordices Building was expanded by Ludlow & Peabody to 21 floors.
The current owner purchased The Bowling Green Offices Building from Joseph Neumann.
The Bowling Green Offices Building was sold to VMS Real Estate.
The current owner purchased The Bowling Green Offices Building again