71 Thomas Street
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- Located: Thomas Street between Church Street and West Broadway
- Built: 1891
- Renovations: Fire alarm - 2016
- Total Building Size: 132,000 SF
- Floors: 7, 1 below-grade
71 Thomas Street was completed in 1891 in an Italianate style by the architectural firm of Jardine, Hill & Murdock. This seven-story store building was originally an addition to H.B. Claflin & Co.'s mammoth wholesale dry goods store which occupied almost the entire block bounded by West Broadway, Worth Street, Church Street, and Thomas Street at the turn of the century. Today, the building functions as a courthouse for the Supreme Court of the State of New York. Located in Manhattans upscale and trendy Tribeca, the neighborhood offers a wide variety of dining options, from casual to upscale, including The Odeon, Arcade Bakery or Mr.Chow. Additionally, the neighborhood offers an array of boutique and upscale retailers as well as many high-end art galleries. With access to the 1, 2 and 3 trains only a few blocks away, and additional subways lines easily accessible on foot, the building is convenient for all commuters.