Marketplace 28 is a dynamic new retail destination at the center of Lower Manhattan, a vibrant live-work-play neighborhood that has attracted an influx of creative businesses, young residents and visitors from around the world. The area boasts 100 million square feet of office space with 3.6 million employees, nearly 50 percent of whom work in tech, advertising, media, and information businesses. With 12 million annual visitors and an 85 percent increase in residential population since 2003, Lower Manhattan is among the city's most vital and energetic neighborhoods.
Marketplace 28 offers nearly 200,000 square feet of space at the base of 28 Liberty, a two-million-square-foot SOM-designed office tower with a two-acre landmarked plaza. The retail destination boasts direct access to six subway lines and is only a five-minute walk from the Fulton Street transit hub and the World Trade Center transit hub, connecting it to nearly every mass transit line in the city.
Marketplace 28 is positioned at street level with direct sight lines to foot traffic and easy access to lower levels. It connects to 28 Liberty Plaza, an open space that is regularly programmed with arts and cultural events and that has become a destination for neighborhood residents and workers alike. At the top of 28 Liberty are Manhatta and The Bay Room, a celebrated new restaurant and venue by Danny Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group. Alamo Draft House is among the first tenants to commit to Marketplace 28.