330 West 42nd Street: Prime Office & Retail Rentals on Manhattan’s West Side
The former headquarters of McGraw Hill, the Deco Tower, as it is now known, features Art Deco design influenced by streamlined European modernism. The colorful exterior is clad in horizontal bands terra cotta brick that have been glazed turquoise. Although the tower follows the typical form of the setback skyscraper with a delineated base, middle and top, its detailing is markedly industrial. The ground floor features stainless steel bands that wrap from the exterior into the lobby area, which includes Deco-style frosted glass elements. Designed by Raymond Hood, the Deco Tower is a National Historic Landmark.
Tenants of the Deco Tower include Cohen, Weiss & Simon; 1199 SEIU; and Development Consulting Services. It is located near the entrance to Lincoln Tunnel and Port Authority bus terminal, which offers access to the A, C, and E subway lines.
|Address:||330 West 42nd Street||Class:||A|
|Cross Streets:||41st & 42nd Streets||Size:||552,775 SF|
|Year built:||1931||Architect:||Raymond Hood, Godley & Fouilhoux|