568 Broadway

A New York City landmark that dates from the 19th century, the historic 568 Broadway has found new life as a hub for Gotham technology companies.

Located at the northeast corner of Prince Street, the former Havemeyer Building was constructed in 1895 as a sewing factory and is a New York City landmark. But its history isn’t all that’s driving the attraction for Gotham’s start-up community, which has flocked to 568 Broadway in droves: the George Post-designed tower’s spacious 28,000-square-foot floor plates are perfect for encouraging the type of collaborative working environment that technology companies crave.

568 Broadway stands on the former site of Niblo’s Garden, which was once one of New York City’s oldest theaters. Built in 1827 as the Sans Souci theater, the building was rebuilt several times after fires until it was razed for good in 1895. Beginning in 1852, the theater itself was part of the Metropolitan Hotel – one of the city’s highest end hotels during the 19th century – and where the Japanese Crown Prince stayed during a visit to New York in 1860.

568 Broadway’s highly desirable location in SoHo is also adjacent to multiple subway lines – convenient for tenants regardless of their industry. And with 12-foot ceiling heights that allow extensive natural daylighting, 568 Broadway’s 300,000 square feet of commercial office space are perfect for tenants from all stripes of creative industries.

568 Broadway, New York, New York  
George Post 
Year Built
Square Footage
300,000 square feet 
Notable tenants include Foursquare, Thrillist, ZocDoc, and 10gen.  


  • 12-foot ceiling heights
  • Adjacent to SoHo subways
  • New York City landmark