* The first full-block office development on Manhattan’s Park Avenue in nearly 50 years
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425 Park Avenue is the first full-block office development on Manhattan’s Park Avenue in nearly 50 years. Located in the heart of the Plaza District, the epicenter of Manhattan’s office market, this trophy asset, developed by L&L and designed by Lord Norman Foster, will bring features wholly unique to Manhattan office space, and will define the 21st Century Office Building. With approximately 670,000 rentable square feet, finished ceiling heights of 9.5’, 14.5’ and 41’ featuring floor to ceiling glass, a club floor with collaborative space, gardens and views of the Park, 425 Park Avenue will be a bespoke office building that will serve as the standard bearer for the workplace of the future. Courtesy of L & L Holdings Company
PROPERTY FACTS FOR 425 PARK AVE , NEW YORK, NY 10022
Total Space Available : 292,100 SF Rentable Building Area : 705,244 SF Max. Contiguous : 222,400 SF Year Built 2020
Property Type Office Under Construction Building Class A
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* Close proximity to Grand Central Terminal, Port Authority, and Penn Station.
* In walking distance of popular hotels, theaters, and prestigious entertainment.
* Access to great building amenities such as a light-filled, secured lobby and custom rooftop pavilion.
1177 Avenue of the Americas offers a modern, personalized work experience right in the center of Midtown. With open and airy floor plates to accommodate any workstyle, and superior infrastructure designed to empower productivity, this class A property provides tenants the freedom and flexibility to stay productive throughout the day. Availability
Hudson Research Center at 619 West 54th Street is an exciting new hub for innovation and collaboration on Manhattan’s West Side. Offering 150,000 square feet of new research wet labs and office space with all of the infrastructure required for state-of-the-art research facilities, Hudson Research Center is the future of the burgeoning NYC life science cluster.
Floor to ceiling windows on every floor allowing maximum natural light.
Designed by Skidmore, Owing & Merrill. The 104-story One World Trade Center is bounded by West Street to the west, Greenwich Street to the east, Vesey Street to the north and Fulton Street to the south. The tower connects directly to Westfields 450,000 sf of retail, the WTC concourse, 12 subway lines, PATH, and Brookfield Place on the Hudson River. 50-foot-high lobby topped by a series of mechanical floors form a 200-foot-high building base. 71 office floors rise above the base to 1,368 feet. There are multiple entrances into the 50-foot high marble and glass lobby. There is also direct access to the WTC concourse and transportation through the below grade lobby. The adjoining streets are open to pedestrian traffic and limited vehicular. One WTC offers 25,000 of amenities exclusive to tenants and their guests. Amenities include a Barista Bar serving the finest micro-roasted coffee, with complimentary 1 GB p/s WiFi and panoramic views. Hot & cold food station offering fresh, locally sourced menu items. A complimentary multimedia game room complete with shuffleboard, video gaming consoles, billiards, table tennis and space for gathering. State-of-the-art multi-purpose meeting rooms for large corporate events, trainings, or social receptions for up to 180 people, and a dedicated community manager as well as AV and event production staff.
Total Space Available 438,133 SF Building Class A Max. Contiguous 234,918 SF Rentable Building Area 3,210,178 SF Type Office Year Built 2014
4 World Trade Center is a skyscraper that is part of the World Trade Center complex in New York City. It is located on the southeast corner of the 16-acre World Trade Center site, where the original nine-story 4 World Trade Center stood - Availability
With unobstructed views of Brooklyn Heights, the new Seaport District, and Governors Island, 120 Wall Street is an Art Deco gem in the heart of a vibrant neighborhood full of new dining, entertainment, and steps from major transit.
7 World Trade Center marks the gateway to the new WTC, and heralds the spirit of redevelopment and renewal in Downtown Manhattan. 7WTC is a pioneer in terms of environmental responsibility, energy efficiency, and quality of life.
Soaring 1,454 feet above Midtown Manhattan, the Empire State Building is the World’s Most Famous Building. With new investments in energy-efficiency, building-wide infrastructure upgrades, public areas and amenities in the final stages the Empire State Building attracts office tenants in a diverse array of industries from around the world including Shutterstock, Coty, JCDecaux, Citizen Watch Company, LinkedIn, HNTB, Agoda (Priceline), Human Rights Watch, Global Brands Group, Palo Alto Networks, Skanska, and World Monument Fund.
Tenants at the Empire State Building enjoy the benefits of The Urban Campus which continues to expand. New components of The Urban Campus include a 15,000-square-foot, tenant-only fitness center; a tenant-only conference center; STATE Grill and Bar, with private executive dining and event space and Tacombi; 8 in-building dining options; and a full complement of tenant services.
50,000 sq.ft. of prime multi-level retail space is available for lease on the 34th Street side of the property. The space is dividable into smaller units and located next to the new 34th Street dedicated Observatory entrance. The Empire State Building also has taken a leading role in sustainability, partnering with the Clinton Climate Initiative, Rocky Mountain Institute, Johnson Controls, and JLL to develop an innovative process for a comprehensive energy efficiency retrofit program that will reduce the building’s total energy consumption by 50% and that has led the building to receive an Energy Star rating of 86, placing it in the top 20% in energy efficiency among all buildings measured. Features of the restoration include the Art Deco masterpiece lobby and new Otis Destination Dispatch elevators. Located in the center of Manhattan, the Empire State Building is central to Penn Station, Port Authority Bus Terminal, PATH, Grand Central Terminal and steps from 16 subway lines. Courtesy of JLL & Empire State Realty Trust
Availabilities : 47th # 4750 4,145 SF Immediate Move In. Pre-Built opportunity. Open-plan layout with 3 Offices, 16 Workstations, & 2 Conference Rooms. Metal & glass finishes with polished concrete floors. Eastern & Northern facing views. Floor Plan
78 th # 7800 23,186 SF Immediate Move In - Floor Plan & More Floor Plans
Full floor opportunity. White-box space. Highest office floor in the Empire State Building. Impressive unobstructed views in all directions.
Built suite with 2 offices and a conference room with polished concrete floors and tremendous light and views - New Lobby, Elevators and Entrance by STUDIOS Architecture - New corporate headquarters location for Empire State Realty Trust (ESRT) - Centrally located with immediate access to public transportation - Steps to Penn Station, Port Authority, Grand Central Terminal, PATH and 15 subway lines A C E 1 2 3 7 B D F M N R Q S - Convenient to dining/hotel/event space - Gotham Hall, Ace Hotel, The NoMad, Breslin and the Eventi - Leader in Sustainability and Energy Efficiency - Wired Score Platinum
14th #1410 13,853SF Immediate Move in- Floor Plan
22nd Entire 19,352 SF Immediate Move in- Floor Plan
One Grand Central Place is an architectural gem rising 55 stories directly across the street from Grand Central Terminal. Our thorough enhancement and upgrade program provides a first-rate infrastructure that augments a magnificently restored lobby and extensive in-building amenities to create a premier environment with unparalleled convenience. Office tenants include Allianz, 3i, Balfour Beatty, GLG, Institutional Capital Network, Inc., Johnson Controls, and Pine Brook Partners.
35th 3520 2,215 Immediate Move in - Floor Plan & More Available
Pre-built space. Open-plan layout with 1 Office, 5 Workstations, & 1 Conference Room. Metal & glass finishes with exposed ceilings. High-end pantry with Stainless Steel appliances. Views of Grand Central Terminal.
* Brand-new office building located in the famous Diamond District between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. * Suite offers panoramic views of Manhattan.
* Flexibility to white box or modify existing build-out according to business needs. * Access to class 3 vault available on-site.
* Building offers advanced security measures including biometric access control, secure underground loading dock and G4S Guarding Services.
Currently Available : 3rd Floor - Ste 310 E * 10,447sf * 2 - 15 Years * $50.00 /sf/yr * Office * Full Build-Out
Total Space Available 74,352 SF Building Class A Max. Contiguous 35,253 SF Rentable Building Area 254,000 SF Property Year Built 1955
Total Space Available 657,384 SF Building Class A Max. Contiguous 479,217 SF Rentable Building Area 1,861,000 SF Year Built 1999-Drust
One Manhattan West is a new, 67-story office tower featuring the forward thinking specifications that a tenant would expect from modern construction. In addition to an incredible location, tenants benefit from the space efficiencies afforded by virtually column-free floor plates, multiple on-site amenities, robust infrastructure, high ceilings, excellent light and views in all directions. With innovative infrastructure One Manhattan West features tenant controlled package AC units, high speed elevators, and emergency generator capacity for tenant tie in. Courtesy of C & W & Brookfield
Total Space Available 232,916 SFBuilding Class A Max. Contiguous 187,982 SFRentable Building Area2,216,609 SF Property Type OfficeYear Built 2019
Property Type Office Rentable Building Area 336,000 SF Building Class A Year Built 1931 Courtesy of Newmark Knight Frank & C & W
Total Space Available 239,466 SF Building Class A Max. Contiguous 113,850 SF Rentable Building Area 513,740 SF Year Built 1984 C & W
With its limestone façade and sleek modernist lines, 1133 Avenue of the Americas, located between 43rd and 44th Streets, led the transformation of Avenue of the Americas into a global business hub. The exceptionally well positioned tower maintains a distinctive presence just one block from Bryant Park.In keeping with The Durst Organization’s commitment to providing tenants with premier office properties, a major capital improvement program recently completed at 1133 Avenue of the Americas. Tenants now enjoy: a soaring travertine lobby accented by a striking LED sculpture by Leo Villareal; destination dispatch elevator controls and new elevator cab interiors; and a newly landscaped outdoor plaza. Other features of the property include 5,510 square feet of green roofs and exclusive landscaped terraces for tenants to enjoy.
1133 Avenue of the Americas offers a jewel box retail opportunity in Midtown. This prime Bryant Park location features up to 10,500 square feet of retail space, available in Q3 2018, which includes 5,227 square feet on the ground floor and 5,154 square feet on the concourse level. The retail space has a beautiful new glass facade with floor-to-ceiling windows on four sides, allowing for abundant natural light throughout. 1133 Avenue of the Americas is home to the world headquarters, showroom and performance space of Steinway & Sons.
Through a $72 million redevelopment completed in 2008 by renowned contemporary architects Moed de Armas and Shannon (MdeAS), 100 Park Avenue offers both convenience and top-tier amenities. A block from Grand Central Terminal, the building boasts a new stunning metal and glass facade, a soaring two-story-high atrium lobby, new elevator cabs, as well as significant infrastructure upgrades such as the new cooling plant, increased electric capacity, and a state-of-the-art security system. It is also the first building of its type in New York to install green roofs. SL Green installed recycling and energy reduction initiatives, providing a significant reduction in the building's carbon footprint. The LEED GOLD-certified office property was also awarded “International Building of the Year” by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA). SL Green is also currently developing a luxury amenity center featuring conference/meeting rooms, café, lounges, game room, and a wellness center.
Built in 1949, 100 Park Avenue was one of the first of a handful of new office towers to rise on Park Avenue south of Grand Central Terminal during the postwar period. MdeAS’ new design incorporates a glass curtain wall on Park Avenue and aluminum composite metal paneling, creating a bold, bright presence on the street while showing off the structure’s handsome original proportions, setbacks, and insuring dramatic views. In addition to being a block south of the Grand Central’s transportation hub, renowned icons the New York Public Library and Bryant Park are also a block to the west. The building remained fully occupied during its recent renovation, proving that it’s one of the most desirable locations in Midtown.
Recently designated as a New York City landmark, 125 Park Avenue is a consummate example of Beaux Arts architecture by the master architects York and Sawyer in conjunction with John Sloan. The property is situated on Park Avenue and 42nd Street, directly across from Grand Central Terminal. 125 Park Avenue is a classically ornate modern office building renowned for its architecturally superior exterior design, sweeping arches, and unique terra cotta façade. It is one of the true Park Avenue landmarks and is now fully restored to its original glory with oversized windows that offer stunning views of Grand Central Terminal and beyond. The tower offers timeless elegance and refinement with its fully modernized building systems for today’s workplace, an ultra-contemporary lobby, and an outstanding location. Built in 1949, 100 Park Avenue was one of the first of a handful of new office towers to rise on Park Avenue south of Grand Central Terminal during the postwar period. MdeAS’ new design incorporates a glass curtain wall on Park Avenue and aluminum composite metal paneling, creating a bold, bright presence on the street while showing off the structure’s handsome original proportions, setbacks, and insuring dramatic views.
Steps from Grand Central Terminal, 280 Park Avenue offers both a prestigious address and an unparalleled location. Spanning the entire block of Park Avenue from 48th to 49th Streets, this impressive building features large base floors with streetscape views and boutique tower floors with stunning 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline. The building is in the final phase of a comprehensive redevelopment program led by the AKF Group that is anticipated to be complete(d) 2015, since already 2016. The newly completed lobby features 25-foot ceilings and connects to a new interior atrium complete with a reflecting pool. Other major components of this redevelopment include new plazas with abundant green space, the restoration of the Park Avenue façade and a floor-to-ceiling glass façade on the plaza building that creates double-height retail areas on both 48th and 49th Streets, and a world-class art program. The property is walking distance from the Palace, Intercontinental, W, and Hyatt hotels, and steps from prestigious restaurants such as The Four Seasons, Brasserie, and Casa Lever. With these amenities and immediate access to Grand Central's northwest passage, 280 Park Avenue is a true standout.
One Vanderbilt is a 67-floor supertall skyscraper under construction at the corner of 42nd Street and Vanderbilt Avenue in midtown Manhattan, New York.
One Vanderbilt tops out at 1,401 feet in Midtown East One of Midtown East’s tallest skyscrapers is one step closer to completion
Just a block and a half from Grand Central Terminal, 220 East 42nd Street, also known as the Daily News Building, is a 37-story, Art-Deco skyscraper designed by Raymond Hood and John Mead Howells. Towering majestically above Midtown Manhattan, the building was originally the headquarters for The New York Daily News. In addition to being recognized by New York City’s landmark agency, the News Building was also designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1989. The world’s largest indoor globe, made famous by the original Superman television series and feature films, occupies the center of the dramatic lobby under a black glass-domed ceiling. The tower floors offer spectacular views of the East River and downtown Manhattan’s skyline. With its convenient proximity to Grand Central, landmark status, and exclusive high-end amenities, 220 East 42nd is a historic and covetable address.
Located on Lexington Avenue at 43rd Street directly above Grand Central Terminal, 420 Lexington Avenue offers superior, Class-A office space in the heart of Manhattan, making it one of New York City’s most sought-after addresses. The 31-story, 1.5 million-square-foot tower, also known as the Graybar Building, was originally constructed in 1927 by the architectural firm Sloan & Robertson. It is a stellar example of Art Deco style and was once among the largest office buildings in the world. Today, its large floor plates and 32-passenger elevator cabs facilitate seamless movement throughout the building for tenants of all sizes. Tenants also enjoy the convenience and luxury of an on-site Equinox fitness club and direct access to Grand Central Terminal.
Major Tenants - New York Life Insurance Metro-North Commuter Railroad Co.SL Green Realty Corp.,Wolfe Research, Equinox (retail)
750 Third Avenue is a 35-story tower that spans a full block front of Third Avenue between 46th and 47th Streets. Constructed in 1958 by distinguished architectural firm Emery Roth & Sons, the building showcases a four-story atrium entrance composed of marble and granite. Premium boutique tower floors feature views of the East River. The expansive base floors are capable of accommodating tenants across multiple service line. 750 Third Avenue also features an abundance of amenities, including Saturday HVAC hours and a 100-car on-site parking garage. The building’s proximity to Grand Central Terminal provides access to multiple subway lines and Metro-North, making it one of the most convenient locations in the city.
711 Third Avenue is situated between 44th and 45th Streets, one block east of Grand Central Terminal. Designed by William Lescaze & Associates, this classic mid-century modern building features a celebrated original mosaic mural designed by the famous Abstract Expressionist Hans Hofmann, installed when the building was constructed in 1956. 711 Third Avenue was raised to contemporary office standards in 2010 with a gallery-style lobby that showcases Greek Thassos white marble and grey-blue de Savoi marble. New elevator cabs, windows, corridors, and restrooms round out the elegant renovation. The building also includes a three-level 165-car parking garage with access on 44th and 45th Streets. 711 Third Avenue received the ENERGY STAR label which designates it as one of the most efficient buildings nationwide.
800 Third Avenue is a 41-story glass and steel office tower located between 49th and 50th Streets on the east side of Midtown Manhattan, located just steps from Grand Central Terminal and the 4, 5, 6, E, and M subway lines. The boutique tower features sweeping Manhattan and Hudson River views and attracts an impressive tenant roster including Renaissance Technologies and Van Wagner Communications.
800 Third was designed by Emery Roth & Sons. Completed in 1972, it epitomizes the International style developed during the postwar period and features a handsome arcaded entrance, an ample setback from the street and a customized sidewalk that serves as a plaza. The building was originally known as the North American Plywood Building.
Designed by the internationally renowned architecture firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 919 Third Avenue is a 1.5 million-square-foot, 47-story glass and steel office tower. The property pairs a prestigious tenant roster and panoramic views with efficient center core floor plates, robust infrastructure, and on-site parking. The lobby and entrances have been upgraded with contemporary finishes that include new transparent exterior glass, stainless-steel reception desks, a new ceiling and lighting. 919 Third also has banking facilities and dining options on site.
Located on Fifth Avenue directly across from the New York Public Library and overlooking Bryant Park, 461 Fifth Avenue offers a truly stunning setting for firms seeking a full-floor presence in a boutique office building. Designed by world-renowned architects Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the building’s elegant architectural form respects the great tradition and stature of Fifth Avenue buildings while making its own dramatic contemporary statement. A full renovation was completed in 2018, which includes a soaring new marble and stone entrance plaza that makes a powerful statement day or night, with dramatic lighting and signature artwork. The new expansive marble and wood lobby, and all new elevators enhance the efficiency and the welcoming experience for all tenants and their guests. With column-free tower floors and ultra-efficient side core floor plates, 461 Fifth offers absolute flexibility in office fit-out. Within walking distance of both Grand Central Terminal and Penn Station, the property also received a (BOMA) Award any business.
In the heart of Manhattan’s prestigious Plaza District, just steps from Central Park, 625 Madison Avenue is a sleek 17-floor tower situated between 58th and 59th Streets. This exclusive building features a sleek glass façade and a soaring marble-clad double-height lobby. The surrounding neighborhood is home to the city’s 5-star hotels, with the Four Seasons, The Plaza, and The Pierre among them. Renowned Plaza District restaurants such as Daniel, the 21 Club, and Il Gattopardo provide impressive settings for business lunches and dinners. Tiffany and Co, Chanel, Bergdorf Goodman, and Louis Vuitton are within walking distance, and housed within the property itself are the luxury retailers Canali, Eton, and Fratelli Rossetti, not to mention the destination restaurant and nightclub LAVO. With easy access to nine subway lines, 625 Madison combines elegance, prestige, and convenience for the perfect statement address.
Inspired by the best in hospitality, design and technology, Emerge212 brings your business what other office space providers simply do not. Unlike co-working spaces or other shared office environments, Emerge212 elevates the officing experience at every turn, allowing your business to do what it does best.Located exclusively in New York City, we are a wholly owned subsidiary of SL Green Realty Corp and have been redefining NYC real estate with innovative spaces and design solutions since 1999.We believe in creating spaces that are unique, personalized, and seamless. Our workspaces are functional but created with great attention to form, and our professional services are up-to-date with the latest trends in hospitality. This all adds up to an experience that brings the best of New York City to you. Smart design is only part of our focus: we’re providing flexible office space solutions that minimize the overhead and restrictive terms of typical office leases. What’s more, we’ve extended our offering to include Virtual Office spaces that provide a real headquarters in NYC–including mail and receptionist services–so you can do business all over the world.
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When it came time for CFO Jeff Bogan to conceptualize the headquarters for Upgrade, the San Francisco-based tech firm he founded, local multidisciplinary firm Blitz felt like the right fit for the burgeoning financial company's office design. Blitz's co-founder Melissa Hanley led the design team, and worked closely with Bogan to create work spaces that visually convey the company's manifesto. According to Blitz—which offers sustainable architecture services as well as graphics and branding— the design approach for Upgrade “builds upon the company’s mission to deliver straightforward and streamlined financial innovation to its clients through the use of clean, clear, and sophisticated materiality.”
The reception area introduces two floors of open spaces subtly delineated by material changes, as well as perforated screens and transparent walls. Although sightlines continue seamlessly throughout the offices—and to sweeping city views beyond—the floor plan mixes circulation, work, and gathering spaces to encourage spontaneous or planned collaboration as people meander through the layout.
“Users navigate the two floors through circuitous paths that clearly orient the individual within the space while providing opportunities to explore and connect,” states the design team. (Jasper Sanidad with 544 Media)
Upgrade’s boardroom and the CEO’s office sit side-by-side near the reception area and feature transparent glass walls to showcase the company’s goal of client clarity. Black steel framed, 4-foot-wide, quarter-sawn walnut doors paired with dropped ceilings provide acoustic privacy, however. French walnut wood floors continue throughout most of the office spaces. This natural and elegant finish provides a warm counterpoint to myriad smooth, white surfaces and high ceilings.
Just behind the reception desk, a spiral stair—illuminated by color-changing LED lights—leads from first-floor public spaces to purposefully separate employee work and play areas on the second floor.
Upstairs, private offices intermingle with high-tech conference rooms, a game room, well-stocked snack areas, an open eating/working lunch area, and more casual seating areas. All work spaces offer different configurations for people to engage in focused individual tasks or more creative brainstorming sessions. Custom furniture and numerous built-ins generate a high level of functionality along with comfort. These more elegant finishes are layered among the open space’s industrial touches of exposed ductwork, oversized light fixtures, and floor-to-ceiling windows. (Jasper Sanidad with 544 Media)
According to the Blitz team, “the layered approach creates a natural flow through the space that subtly creates distinct zones for each department without the creation of visual barriers or hierarchical structure.”
CONTRIBUTED BYSHELLEY D. HUTCHINS, LEED AP
PUBLISHED ON OCTOBER 17, 2019 CATEGORY DESIGN
“The spiral staircase intentionally contrasts with the minimalist aspects of the executive office [through] a dynamic display of color and texture,” states the design description. “Open seating for casual meetings or impromptu gatherings are landing points on either end of the stair, allowing staff to naturally congregate at the junction between the floors.”
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