100 William Street

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APOPS@MAS, working with the New York City Department of City Planning, is in the process of updating website information related to the Required Amenities, Required Hours of Access, Required Size, the Site Plan, and/or other legal requirements governing this privately owned public space.

This multistory, open-air covered pedestrian space, the first covered pedestrian space built under the covered pedestrian space bonus provisions of the Zoning Resolution, is essentially a through-block arcade with retail frontage running northeast from the intersection of William and Platt Streets to John Street. The flashy chrome columns and stage lighting evoke a theatrical air that reminds users of the Broadway theater discount ticket outlet that once occupied the lower level. The escalators still work but now lead to a service retail use at the bottom.

Photo: Kayden et al. (2000)
Photo: Kayden et al. (2000)

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