Company: 60 Hudon Owner LLC
Metro: New York
State: New York State
Country: United States
Region: North America
Address: 60 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10013
Utility Provider: Con Edison
Total Building SqFt: 1,100,000
Gross SqFt: 360,000
Total Power: 50.0 Megawatts
Ownership: 60 Hudon Owner LLC owns the building.
Located in the hip Tribeca neighborhood, 60 Hudson is one of the telecom and Internet hubs of New York. Built-in 1930 for the Western Union telegraph company, the building was initially nicknamed the "Telegraph Capitol of America". The building spans an entire block between Hudson Street, West Broadway, Worth Street and Thomas Street.
60 Hudson Specs:
- Full floor plate is 60,000 SqFt
- Slab-to-Slab Height: A minimum of 14’ on floors 11-23 and 12’ on floors 2-10
- Floor Load: 90-100 Ibs/SqFt
60 Hudson Street Tenants and Colocation Providers
There are many 60 Hudson colocation providers (see the table below) however, the dominant providers are DataGryd and Digital Realty. Digital operates the former Telx spaces is integral to the network Interconnection & peering. DataGryd is a wholesale provider with high power densities.
|Floor / Suite||Tenant||Notes|
|Suite 204||Level 3|
|Suite 900||Telx Digital Realty|
|9th floor||Colocation America|
|Suite 1101 & 1107||Telx Digital Realty|
|Suite 1202 & 1203||Level 3|
|Suite 1310||Optimum Lightpath Cablevision|
|13th floor||XO Verizon|
|Suite 1904||Equinix NY8|
|Building MMR||zColo Zayo|
- In 2014 the building's power was upgraded from 38 to 50 megawatts as part of DataGryd's buildout.
- There is a Con Edison substation approximately 400 feet from 60 Hudson which makes upgrading power a little easier that other buildings in NYC.
60 Hudson Street History - The Western Union Building
60 Hudson Street (formerly the Western Union Building) is a 23-story commercial building in Tribeca owned by the Stahl Organization. Completed in 1930 with an art deco style the building was designed by famous architect Ralph Walker. It currently serves as a major data hub and colocation center, where dozens of telecommunications companies route internet traffic and exchange information in a "meet-me-room" through fiber-optic lines. The building was made a landmark in 1991.
During 2015 the building owners enacted a series of renovations on several floors and undertook significant mechanical work on the building. In February 2016, a crane at the site collapsed as it was being secured, killing one and injuring three. Source: therealdeal.com
When it was built, Western Union relied on AT&T circuits as part of the Western Union network. There are many conduits connecting 60 Hudson to the AT&T Long Lines building at 32 Avenue of the Americas which was built just two years later in 1932. This in part explains why the two buildings became two of NYC's telecom hotels (in addition to 111 8th)
60 Hudson Ownership
Stahl Organization owns the building, but it is managed by Colliers International.
Crane Accident in 2016
On February 5th, 2016 a 565 foot-long boom crane collapsed and fell from the roof onto Worth Street while installing additional generators and cooling towers on the roof. The accident killed one person and injured several others.