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A 21 story office building located at the southwest corner of 45th Street and Vanderbilt Avenue, this metropolitan building is as refined as it is convenient, providing direct interior access to Grand Central Terminal as well as a full array of up-to-date amenities.
This building is a visual treat that evokes the dignity of an earlier time; an intricate gold filigree and marble lobby, along with superbly designed elevators, are just part of its appeal.
With a mix of well-known corporate headquarters, first class hotels, fashionable restaurants, and private clubs surrounding the building, tenants can easily mix business with pleasure.

52 Vanderbilt Ave.

Fifth Ave. offers a wide array of distinctive, flexible offices and showrooms to accommodate both large and small tenants. Located on 5th Ave. and 32nd St. in the SoFi district, the building is a must visit for accessory and handbag buyers. In conjunction with 320 Fifth Ave.’s 100th anniversary in 2004, the building unveiled a brand new lobby and facade, featuring marble floors and a distinctive mosaic tile.

320 Fifth Ave.

254 West 31st Street ushers in a new era of timeless modernity after undergoing a multi-million dollar upgrade to its facade, lobby, elevators and sidewalk. The brand new double-story attended Lobby greets Tenants and Visitors with 24 hour/7 day a week access. Located directly across the street from Penn Station and Madison Square Garden, this 15 story office building is filled with a wide array of tenants, from technology and entertainment businesses to healthcare professionals and architects. Each tenant has the luxury of an entire floor to themselves.

254 West 31st St.

Located in the hot Midtown South area, 141 West 36th Street boasts a timeless modern Lobby, 24 hour/7 day a week access for its clothing, technology and accessory tenants. With easy walks to Penn Station and Grand Central Terminal, this 22 story building has loft-like spaces, drenched in sunlight, eco-friendly lighting, modern bathrooms, kitchen areas and wood flooring.

141 West 36th St.

This boutique midtown property is located just west of Murray Hill and east of the Fashion Center, with neighbors including The New York Public Library and Bryant Park. As a mixed-use development of office, retail, commercial, residential, and hotel operations, 21 West 38th St. is an active community. The area is also a transportation hub, with Grand Central, Penn Station, and the Port Authority Bus Terminal all within a short walk. 21 West 38th St. is well-maintained with recently upgraded elevators and full floor tenant spaces.

21 West 38th St.

Construction of this 12- story office, showroom and retail building was completed in 1912.  It is architecturally significant as the facade, designed by Frederick C. Zobel, features a combination of marble, concrete, brick, steel and decorative terra-cotta stone work.  The NYC Landmarks Preservation Committee in 2011 designated the building as a special landmark for its history as the headquarters for Haskin & Sells, the first major accounting firm in the United States.

37 West 39th St.

Just two blocks from the 59th St. subway lines, this 8 story loft building features floor-to-ceiling windows, 13 feet exposed ceilings, and full-floor identity. This 1940s building hosts upscale companies in the interior design industry and boasts remarkable views of the Ed Koch/Queensboro Bridge.

330 East 59th St.

Bustling at all hours of the day and night, this 19th century loft building is filled with various tenants, including artists, interior designers, and yoga studios. 41 Union Square West is currently undergoing a major renovation, upgrading lighting and appearance of the hallways, and improving the life safety systems in the building. The main lobby was restored in 2000, bringing back to life its gilded ceiling and mosaic flooring. Additionally, in 2006, the elevators were completely modernized and upgraded with marble interiors and state-of-the-art technology.

41 Union Square

Located just over the Queensboro Bridge, this 700,000 square foot office building has a historic past. Originally constructed in 1911 as the Brewster Building, this building housed a manufacturer of Brewster and Rolls Royce cars, horse-drawn carriages, and World War II airplanes. With the completion of a 300,000 square foot expansion by Brause Realty in 2003, Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. fully leased the building as its operational headquarters for over 1,500 employees. Now situated in an emerging area, this building provides tenants with access to all Long Island City has to offer, including museums, galleries, and ethnically-diverse restaurants.
JetBlue Airways moved into the building in 2012 for its new world headquarters.

2701 Qns Plaza N, LIC

3,200 square foot single-story office building, fully leased by Tickettech International.

41st St., LIC
52 Vanderbilt Avenue
New York, NY 10017
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