Downtown Manhattan, close to the East River Piers, is the strategic business setting for this towering center ranged over two floors at SeventySevenWater Street. The building, which covers 60% of an acre, is located in the heart of the insurance and financial districts, five blocks from Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange, and a stone's throw from City Hall, the New York Supreme Court, the Federal District Court and government agencies. The property is landscaped in a sophisticated style, with trees growing out of a tiled courtyard and several eye-catching sculptures by noted sculptors under and outside covered walkways. Nearby corporations cover sectors as diverse as consumer housewares, reinsurance brokerage and petroleum. The nearest subways are Fulton or Wall Street stations and there are bus stops all the way down Water Street.