About 375 Hudson Street

375 Hudson Street, originally known as the Saatchi & Saatchi building, was completed in 1987, designed in a collaborative effort between Emery Roth & Sons, Lee Harris Pomeroy Associates, and Skidmore, Owings and Merrill. The 18-story building is over 1.12 million square feet and features rotating lobby art exhibitions. In 2010, after a top-to-bottom “green” retro-fit, the building became the first existing office building in New York City to achieve LEED Gold certification for sustainability and energy efficiency. 375 Hudson Street is the downtown headquarters of media conglomerate Publicis and Turner Construction Company.

Year Constructed:
1987

Number of Floors:
18 + Penthouse

Total Building Area:
1,123,659 SF

Floor Sizes:
34,000 – 71,000 SF

Ceiling Heights:
11′-6″ typical

Leasing Contacts
Exclusive leasing agents
Paul Amrich

212.984.8122
paul.amrich@cbre.com

Howard Fiddle

212.984.6525
howard.fiddle@cbre.com

Zachary Price

212.618.7080
zachary.price@cbre.com

Benjamin Joseph

212.984.8206
benjamin.joseph@cbre.com

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