One of the most lucrative commercial office buildings in New York City, according to some, 101 Park Avenue is a modern granite and glass-clad tower located near Grand Central Station. The building offers premium office space rentals
well suited for financial services firms, public corporations and national law firms. It has been featured in many television shows and movies, and notably served as George Costanza’s office in Seinfeld. The building is both integrated and off-set from the urban fabric. A public plaza is located adjacent to the building, however, it is rotated 45 degrees in plan, allowing it to stand out from the geometry of its block at the intersection of 40th Street. The building’s form is chamfered at the corners, and the result is that each floor contains two corner offices that offer panoramic city views. The floors offer column-free expanses for open office layouts.Building amenities include a 100-car garage, 24/7 tenant access, concierge, messenger center, on-site management, and two in-building dining options. Club 101 is a private dining club, and Cafe 101 is open to the public and provides breakfast and lunch options. Office tenants of 101 Park Avenue include Federal Home Loan Bank; H.J. Kalikow & Co., LLC; Booz & Co.; Curtis, Mallet, Prevost, Colt & Mosle; Morgan Stanley Smith; Oracle America; and Royal Bank of Scotland, PLC. Since 101 Park Avenue is located near Grand Central Station, it is convenient to its many transportation options including the 4, 5, 6 and 7 trains, MetroNorth and Amtrak service.
|Address:||101 Park Avenue||Class:||A|
|Cross Streets:||40th & 41st Streets||Size:||1,285,055 SF|
|Year built:||1982||Architect:||Eli Attia Architects|