The Landmarks Preservation Commission approved a proposal for an adaptive reuse of the 28 Liberty plaza. There will be ground floor retail and major changes to the plaza that should bring a lot of it back to its former glory.
28 Liberty began demolition process for the 200,000 square feet of retail space. The project will replace a portion of the existing black granite walls at street level with glass facades to engage pedestrian traffic and open sight lines to create a more dynamic visual experience.
We are very excited to begin what will be just the first of many capital improvements you will see implemented at 28 Liberty over the next couple of years.
River To River, a Lower Manhattan Cultural Council public engagement initiative, inspires residents, workers, and visitors in Lower Manhattan, by connecting them to artists, new ideas and perspectives, and other art-lovers to demonstrate the role that artists play in creating vibrant, sustainable communities.
10/05/2018London Stock Exchange has leased 75,000 square feet at 28 Liberty Street at William Street in Lower Manhattan, where it will consolidate its operations from multiple locations around Manhattan.