Also known as the World’s Tower Building, 110 West 40th Street features a white terra-cotta exterior with intricate detailing. This skyscraper is unique in that all four sides are equally detailed to the level of the main entry, rather than left as blank secondary facades. Built in 1914 by Edward West Browning and designed by Buchman & Fox, the building has been recently renovated. On average, the 26 floors offer over 5,000 square feet of commercial office space for rent
. They are served by three passenger elevators.The World’s Tower Building is owned by One Ten West Fortieth Associates and managed by Adams & Co. Real Estate, LLC. Current tenants include Belmont Freeman Arch., Crumbs Bakeshop, Nu Image and Ben Wachter Associates. The building’s position near Bryant Park offers convenient access to the B, D, F and M trains, as well as nearby Times Square, with service from the N, Q, R, 1, 2, 3 and 7 trains.
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