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125 Park Avenue

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...

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919 Third Avenue

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...

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810 Seventh Avenue

810 Seventh Avenue offers exemplary Class A office space with spectacular Central Park and Hudson River views. The building is centrally situated between Times Square, the Plaza District, Columbus Circle, and Central Park, with such landmarks as Carnegie Hall and the Museum of Modern Art blocks away. The neighborhood also features parks, premier retail and dining, and is easily accessible to...

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420 Lexington Avenue

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 &...

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