Renowned Brill Building at 1619 Broadway (the “Property”). Situated on the prime northwest corner of Broadway and West 49th Street, the building enjoys an unmatched location at the Crossroads of the World, Times Square. With 125 feet of Broadway retail frontage, 60,000 square feet of prime retail space and 100,000 square feet of outstanding office space, the Property offers a variety of retail and office configurations appealing to the most active tenants in the market.
Significant value has been added by a recent approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission to allow major multi-floor digital signage at this historic Property, visible from all directions. This high-profile digital signage which can be seen from as far south as 39th Street combines with the Property’s generous size and Times Square location to create a world-class branding opportunity in the most sought after retail district in the nation.
Fourth - Eleventh
1619 Broadway, New York, NY
45,531 square feet
12'4" to 16'7"
125 feet along Broadway and 75 feet along West 49th Stree
Over the course of the year, an average of 39% of all Times Square pedestrians pass through Duffy Square Plaza. This means that 2 out of 5 visitors to the area gain exposure to the Brill Building’s retail and signage, which are clearly visible from Duffy Square due to their prominent southeast-facing orientation. Since 75% of all New York City tourists visit Times Square, approximately 30% of all New York City tourists have direct exposure to the Property. During the prime tourist months of July and August, Duffy Square pedestrian counts reach 45% of the Times Square total, bringing millions of customers from around the world to the Brill Building’s doorstep.
Many of New York City’s top-grossing retail buildings are located in Times Square, as summarized in the following table. It is important to note that all of these assets, like the Property, are located along Broadway.
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