33 Washington Street : An Iconic Newark Address
Commercial tenants seeking office space in a distinctive building with commanding downtown views and easy highway and light rail access need look no further than 33 Washington Street.
It’s an iconic Newark address, nestled between Rutgers-Newark’s main campus and law school to the south, and the Rutgers Business School and NJ Transit’s Broad Street train station to the north. The 18-story, 450,000-square-foot building is located in the heart of Newark, overlooking Washington Park .
Office Space in a Central Location
Newark’s impressive assets, which include its central location and transportation network, has attracted businesses both large and small from across the country. The reviving city has become an air, shipping and rail hub with its convenient access to roadways and transportation facilities.
33 Washington Street sits at the doorstep of an expansive highway network that spreads through northern New Jersey and into New York City, including Interstates 280 and 78, State Routes 1 and 9, the New Jersey Turnpike and Garden State Parkway.
Getting into midtown and downtown Manhattan is just a 20-minute commute via NJ Transit and PATH train service. And Newark International, among the busiest airports in the country, is less than five miles from downtown.
Office Building Amenities
Tenants at 33 Washington Street enjoy an array of services and property amenities including a fitness center, shared conference rooms, on-site parking, impressive granite lobby and spectacular views of the New York City skyline. The roster of notable tenants at 33 Washington Street includes Audible, an audiobook firm, and DHL, a logistics company.
Newark Sites and Landmarks
In addition to its bustling business center, New Jersey’s largest city has a growing arts, entertainment and sports scene. There’s a host of world-class venues, treasured landmarks and historic sites to enjoy.
33 Washington Street is located near many of the city’s destination spots:
- The New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC)
- Prudential Center
- The Newark Museum
- Newark Symphony Hall
- Military Park Building
- Branch Brook Park
- First Presbyterian Church (Old First)
- Penn Station
- Broad Street Station
- Newark Riverfront Park
- NJ Historical Society Museum
- Newark Public Library