The tower is the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) platinum certified skyscraper, and is an energy efficient model for high-rise office design. Insulated glass, abundant natural light and a system that captures rainwater for reuse all contribute to the building’s green status. An under-floor air system maintains a constant, comfortable temperature for tenants while keeping operating costs low. Although over half of the building’s occupied space serves as the headquarters for Bank of America, there is plenty of prime office space available for rent in the tower, and the lowest six floors can function as trading space. The structure also houses the 1,500 square foot Henry Miller Theater. The Bank of America tower is conveniently located near most major subway lines that run beneath Bryant Park and Times Square, only one block away.
|Address:||113 West 42nd Street||Class:||A|
|Cross Streets:||42nd & 43rd Streets||Size:||2,100,000 SF|
|Year built:||2009||Architect:||Cook + Fox Architects|