|Built in 1927||961,837 SF||Design by York and Sawyer|
Located across the street from Bryant Park and the New York Public Library main branch, 11 West 42nd Street is a historic building that contains modern commercial offices for rent. The 32 story building, which was originally known as the Salmon Tower, features a masonry and brick exterior. It was designed by architects York & Sawyer and constructed in 1927. In plan, the building is laid out in an H-shape so that more offices have access to natural light. The average floor size ranges from approximately 22,000 to 37,000 square feet.
Should you lease office space at 11 West 42nd Street, your company will enjoy such amenities as 24/7 tenant access, on-site security and property management. The building also features an ornate lobby with zodiac carvings and a terrazzo floor. Current tenants include CIT Group, Michael Kors, New York University, Kohn Pedersen Fox and Christie’s. Since 11 West 42nd Street is located centrally in Midtown, it is not only convenient to the transportation options in Bryant Park (B, D, F, and M trains), but it is also mere blocks from Times Square and Grand Central, providing access to 4, 5, 6, 7, N, R and Q trains as well as Amtrak and MetroNorth service.
|Address:||11 West 42nd Street||Class:||A|
|Cross Streets:||42nd & 43rd Streets||Size:||961,837 SF|
|Year built:||1927||Architect:||York and Sawyer|
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