From the upscale to the practical, a robust selection of indoor and outdoor amenities promotes a quality of life at Southbridge Towers that’s convenient and accessible.
For generations, what’s known today as Lower Manhattan served as the whole of New York City. Centuries of expansion drove real estate and infrastructure north of Chambers Street, transforming New York from a downtown hub into a sprawling metropolis.
When opened in 1971, Southbridge Towers became synonymous with Lower Manhattan living. After more than 40 years as a New York State subsidized Mitchell-Lama co-op, residents voted to transform their urban oasis into a privately owned cooperative. Today, Southbridge Towers remains at the epicenter of Lower Manhattan’s new era of revitalization.
The Seaport/Financial district is the gateway to Lower Manhattan's rich maritime history and cultural diversity. The neighborhood features unique shopping and dining experiences on the riverfront, and year-round cultural activities including music festivals, museums and galleries. With 10 different subway lines located in the Fulton Street Transit Center, the neighborhood’s transportation services remain unmatched by any other area of Manhattan. One of the fastest growing residential hubs in New York City, the new Downtown is home to recently constructed schools, hospitals and parks.
What are the hours of operation and phone number for the Management Office:
Monday-Friday, 8am - 5pm, (212) 267-6190
What are the hours of operation and phone number for the Maintenance Office:
7 days a week, 24 hours a day, (212) 267- 8855
What are the hours of operation and phone number for the Security Office:
7 days a week, 24 hours a day, (646) 923-9556
What are the hours of operation and phone number for the Heat Hotline:
7 days a week, 24 hours a day, (646) 923-9592
What are the directions to Southbridge Towers: