80 Eighth Avenue
- Located: Corner of 8th Avenue and West 14th Street
- Built: 1929
- Renovations: Elevators - 2016; Lobby - 2016
- Total Building Size: 185,000 SF
- Floors: 20, 1 below-grade
80 Eighth Avenue was completed in 1929 and originally known as the Banker's Trust Company Building. It was designed by the architect William Whitehall in a neo-Gothic style. Standing 282 feet tall and 20 stories high, the building offers 185,000 square feet of commercial space in a prime location. Situated at the crossroads of Chelsea, the Meatpacking District and the West Village, and a block away from Google's New York headquarters, this area has become a highly desired location for all tenants alike. The newly renovated lobby was restored to showcase the buildings authentic architectural elements and modernized to appeal to today's tenants. The building's location provides a wealth of day-to-day amenities including quick access to excellent dining, retail and galleries that fill the nearby streets. Additionally, Chelsea Market and Barney's downtown are only a few blocks away. The A, C, E, and L trains are located directly below the building, while the 1, 2, and 3 trains are found a block away making for an easy commute to and from the building.