Former historic office building located at John and Broadway in Lower Manhattan.

Built in 1888-89
Designed by: Francis H. Kimball in the Romanesque Revival style
Named for Austin Corbin, president of the Long Island Railroad
At completion, it was the tallest commercial building in New York City
Current Owner: MTA – Part of new Fulton St. Station
Restoration architect: Page Ayres Cowley
Designated New York City Landmark
Listed on National Register of Historic Buildings
2012 Recipient Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award


  • Double Hung windows c/w Pivoting Transoms
  • Full restoration of 50% of units, fabricate new product 50%
  • Refurbish existing hardware, replicate missing hardware to match
  • Upgrade weatherstripping
  • Upgrade glazing on lower floors to Insulated
  • Provide interior trim and carvings to match existing