The 450 W 33rd St. building was acquired by Brookfield in 2011. It is one of only eight office buildings in Manhattan to offer more than 100,000 square feet of contiguous space on a single floor. The property’s footprint stretches from W 31st St. to W 33rd St., taking up a half block between Dyer Avenue and 10th Avenue.
In addition, the numerous loading bays provide the opportunity to create a private entrance for tenants. The five-acre Manhattan West campus will also include two new premium-grade office towers, a luxury residential tower, retail and a two-acre park.
Located steps away from the High Line, it also will feature a boutique six-star hotel, health and fitness facilities, rooftop gardens, and multiple restaurants and cafes.
A team led by Bruce Mosler and Josh Kuriloff of Cushman & Wakefield is the exclusive leasing agent for office space at Manhattan West, including 450 W 33rd St. Brookfield kicked off development at Manhattan West in January, 2013, with the construction of a platform scheduled to be completed in late 2014.