American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Gets a New Office Downtown

When the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention decided to relocate its offices in the Financial District, it wanted to create a new, modern space that would offer its employees the privacy they need to handle sensitive and difficult work.

Two years ago, the mental health organization decided to leave its outdated offices at 120 Wall Street for a new 25,000-square-foot spot on the 11th floor of One Seaport Plaza, also known as 199 Water Street. Construction on the new space started in August of 2018 and wrapped in September of 2019. 

MKDA created an industrial loft-inspired office with seven conference rooms, one divisible multipurpose room, 24 private offices and 48 height-adjustable desks, overlooking the East River.

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Source: Commercial Observer