Worldwide Plaza

Worldwide Plaza, which sits at 825 Eighth Avenue, is a Trophy, LEED Gold / Energy Star building with 360 degree views of the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Built from 1987 to 1989, the complex occupies the entire block between 49th and 50th Street on 8th Avenue.

Worldwide Plaza was designed by David Childs of Skidmore Owings & Merrill. The fifty-story, 2.1MM square-foot office tower is home to the law firm Cravath, Swaine & Moore, and the Japanese Investment bank, Nomura Holdings. The Plaza is home to the popular Worldwide Plaza Summer Concert Series, which runs from May–September showcasing a wide arrangement of musical styles.

Property features:

  • 2.1MM Total Square Feet / 1,825,078 Rentable Square Feet
  • 50 Stories
  • 473 Parking Spots
  • Floors range from 72,000–20,000 SF
  • Open floor layout with typical slab height of 13ft
  • Underground loading dock with 7 truck bays
  • Two (2) truck elevators, each with a rated capacity of 60,000 lbs
  • 22 high-speed, modernized elevators, with cabs finished in mahogany with brass accents.
  • 125,000 square feet of retail space with direct access to the 8th Avenue subway lines
  • 27,000 square foot landscaped public plaza
  • Surrounded by numerous restaurants, Shubert/NWS theater, and a full-service health club
  • 24/7 Building Access and Security
  • Onsite Property Management
  • Subway C & E in base of building

The RXR platform manages 69 commercial real estate properties and investments with an aggregate gross asset value of approximately $18.1 billion, comprising approximately 24.6 million square feet of commercial properties, inclusive of a multi-family residential portfolio of approximately 2,600 units under operation or development, and control of development rights for an additional approximately 3,600 multi-family and for sale units in the New York Metropolitan area. Gross asset value compiled by RXR Realty in accordance with company fair value measurement policy and is comprised of capital invested by RXR and its partners, as well as leverage.