3. 125 Maiden Lane

In the Financial District at 125 Maiden Lane, or Water Street Plaza, the lobby has taken putting art in the corporate library to a whole new level by displaying rotating exhibits put together by an internal curator who does what every gallery space does– contact artists and organize openings. The founder and chairman Francis J. Greenburger of the Time Equities, the owners of the building, even established the Art in Buildings program in 2000 evolving today into a program that has a a full-time curator. How’s that for corporate lobby art?

The Art in Buildings website provides updates and information on upcoming exhibits at all of their locations. Time Equities has offices all over the country and in Canada, so exhibits are not restricted to only New York City.