About Our Building and Location
Our offices are located at 100 Lafayette Street in lower Manhattan, between Walker and White Streets, one block south of Canal Street, on the edge of the downtown’s TriBeCa neighborhood. Our offices are near the New York State Supreme Court (60 Centre Street) the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (500 Pearl Street), the New York City Civil Court (111 Centre Street), and all other downtown Manhattan courthouses and facilities.
Our office can be reached easily by public transportation. The following Subway stops are within a short walk of our office: the Canal Street stations for the 6, Q, R, N, W, J, M, Z, A, C, and E trains, and the Franklin Street station for the 1 train. There are public daily fee parking lots nearby, including lots on Worth Street between Broadway and Lafayette.
Our stunning building is an individual New York City landmark. A copy of the New York City Landmark Preservation Commission’s Designation Report for the building can be accessed here. It was built in two stages in the years prior to World War I and was originally owned and occupied by the Stanley Tool Works. This neighborhood formerly was the hardware and tool district in Manhattan, of which only a few vestiges remain. Our building was fully renovated in 2001 and converted to office use. The present tenant roster includes architects, engineers, accountants, an outlet of The Whitney Museum, and many lawyers and law firms.