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11 Madison Avenue

Eleven Madison Avenue is a 30-story office tower situated on a full city block between Park Avenue South and Madison Avenue, and 24th and 25th Streets. Located in Manhattan’s Midtown South neighborhood, the building is adjacent to the vibrant Madison Square Park and is within steps of the neighborhood’s many fine restaurants and shopping locations. The architecturally stunning...

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100 Church Street

Located at the intersection of Tribeca and the Financial District, 100 Church Street sits within the heart of a fully revitalized downtown Manhattan. Just steps away from the new World Trade Center and Fulton Street transit hubs, which offers hundreds of thousands of square feet of luxury retail, high-end restaurants and cultural facilities, this area is quickly redefining shopping and...

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1185 Avenue of the Americas

1185 Avenue of the Americas, at the southern tip of Corporate Row between 46th and 47th Streets, is within walking distance to both Bryant Park and Times Square. The 1,100,356-square-foot building which opened in 1971 is finished with a newly renovated entryway, lobby, elevator cabs, corridor and bathrooms featuring a dramatic marble-clad exterior with a beautiful outdoor plaza. With its...

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100 Park Avenue

Through a $72 million redevelopment completed in 2008 by renowned contemporary architects Moed de Armas and Shannon (MdeAS), 100 Park Avenue is both classic corporate convenience a block from Grand Central Terminal, and all-new ultra-modern LEED Gold-certified office headquarters space. The building now boasts a new stunning metal and glass facade, a soaring two-story-high atrium lobby, new...

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485 Lexington Avenue

Situated on a full block front along Lexington Avenue, 485 Lexington Avenue stands 32 stories above 46th and 47th Streets. The property is located steps away from the northern access to Grand Central Terminal and provides unparalleled access to a vast array of subway, bus, Metro-North, and train lines. The building’s large, efficient base floors are complemented by boutique tower...

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750 Third Avenue

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...

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