The Fuller Building: First Class Plaza District Location
595 Madison Avenue is noted as a prominent location for art galleries, as the lower floors feature high ceilings. If you own a gallery and want to rent space on 57th Street nearby the Upper East Side, and close to other prominent galleries, The Fuller Building is worth serious consideration. The building also offers conventional office and showroom space.
The Fuller Building was constructed in 1929, is 40 stories high and contains 334,000 Square Feet of commercial space. A small office space rental at 595 Madison Avenue, when available is about 2,000 Square Feet and the largest space is about 13,600 Square Feet for a full floor space.
The property recently underwent a renovation to improve its energy efficiency and management implemented programs for recycling. Tenants of the building include Corneliani, Jacobson Partners, Levin Capital and Polo. High-end retail tenants occupy the ground floor, including Coach and Prada. The Fuller Building is convenient to several subway lines, including the 4, 5, 6, N, R and F trains as well as the M31, M57 and Q32 buses.
Stylish Art Deco Design
The Fuller Building originally served as the headquarters for the Fuller Construction Company, who had previously occupied the Flatiron Building. The design of their new 40-floor tower, built in 1929 at 57th Street and Madison Avenue, features some Art Deco elements on both the interior and the exterior. The exterior is clad in limestone, and it is capped with a pyramid shaped roof, decorated with a triangular pattern and gilding. The three-story entrance to the building is accentuated by a sculptural clock featuring construction workers and an abstract interpretation of the city’s skyline. They lobby contains mosaics and bronze-plated elevators.
|Address:||595 Madison Avenue||Class:||A|
|Cross Streets:||57th & 58th Streets||Size:||334,000 SF|
|Year built:||1929||Architect:||Walker & Gillette|