Manhattan’s Biggest Blocks Up for Grabs!

Enough with the vagaries! We’ve all heard about the loads of space supposedly coming on the market. Now, thanks to Colliers ABR whiz Robert Sammons, we give you the top 10 leasable spaces on the Manhattan block. My, oh my, they are large:

St. John’s Center, at 532-582 Washington Street, leads the pack with 750,000 square feet, available immediately.

Nearly as sizable is 825 Eighth Avenue, better known as Worldwide Plaza, which has 709,000 square feet of space on the block.

The rest of the top 10 includes the former New York Times building at 229 West 43rd Street, with 627,000 square feet; 100 Church Street, with 613,000 square feet; 77 Water Street, with 599,000 square feet; 7 World Trade Center, with 424,000 square feet; 3 Columbus Circle, with 417,000 square feet; 40 Worth Street, with 403,000 square feet; the Toy Building at 200 Fifth Avenue, with 400,000 square feet; and last, but not least, 250-253 West Street, with 379,000 square feet.