1412 Broadway

1412 Broadway's century–old, Garment District roots are planted firmly in the 21st century after a recent retrofit program that resulted in a 2011 Energy Star award.

Located conveniently between Penn Station and Times Square at West 39th Street, the 25-story 1412 Broadway dates from 1928 and was originally designed by architects George and Edward Blum. In 2010, the Harbor Group International upgraded the 415,000-square-foot property, recladding its lower floors with an energy-efficient glass curtain wall designed by the renowned Moed de Armas & Shannon Architects.

1412 Broadway’s brick and aluminum facade is complemented above the fifth floor with terra cotta and limestone, allowing its contemporary glass street presence to blend with the retained elegance of its historic, pre-war upper floors.

Thanks to its recent repositioning 1412 Broadway is now one of the most desirable commercial office locations in the Times Square submarket. Its 2011 Energy Star Award – scoring an impressive 85 – only adds to the tower’s cachet, where individual floor plates range from approximately 14,000 to 21,000 square feet.

1412 Broadway, New York, New York  
Times Square 
Energy Star 
Harbor Group International 
George and Edward Blum 
Year Built
Square Footage
415,000 square feet 
Earned Energy Star in 2011 with score of 85; notable tenants include One Step Up, Kasper, and ESCADA The Americas Inc. 


  • Efficient Glass Curtain Wall