40 Worth Street
- Located: Worth Street between Church Street and West Broadway
- Built: 1929
- Renovations: Full renovation - 2012
- Total Building Size: 755,000 SF
- Floors: 16, plus mezzanine, 1 below-grade
40 Worth Street is a neo-classical building, also known as the Merchants Square Building that was built in 1929 by the architectural firm of Jardine, Hill & Murdock. Situated in upscale Tribeca in Manhattan, the building totals nearly 800,000 square feet, and occupies a full block from Worth Street to Thomas Street between West Broadway & Church Street. The main entrance on Worth Street offers tenants access to the public arcade; the arcade, accessed otherwise via a separate entrance on Church Street. With large, efficient floorplates and oversized windows throughout, the building proffers abundant natural light and exceptional city views, catering to small, medium and large tenants alike. Building tenants include an array of major non-profits including the Acumen Fund, the Legal Aid Society and the Innocence Project. It is also the East Coast Headquarters for the iconic fashion brand, The Gap. The renowned Arcade Bakery located in the building serves delicious breakfast and lunch and the surrounding neighborhood offers an array of both casual and upscale dining. Access to the 1, 2 and 3 trains a few blocks away, with further subway lines also easily accessible on foot.