- Located: Corner of West 40th Street and Broadway
- Built: 1956
- Renovations: Ongoing building-wide renovations
- Total Building Size: n/aSF
- Floors: 23 floors, 2 below-grade
1430 Broadway is a 22-story commercial building completed in 1956 by the architectural firm Emery Roth & Sons on the site of the former Empire Theatre, one of the most renowned Broadway theaters in the first half of the 20th century. 1430 Broadway features a 24/7 attended lobby, tall glass windows flooding spaces with natural light, as well as an outstanding location in the Garment District to make for the ideal workplace. Located in the midst of Midtown buzz at 40th Street, and only a block from Bryant Park, local amenities are plentiful, with numerous restaurants, a wide variety of retail and the Beaux-Arts landmark that is the main branch of the New York Public Library all close by. Nearby Times Square-42nd Street Station provides a dozen subway lines linking 1430 Broadway to the rest of the city with ease.