Located in Manhattan’s Flatiron District between 18th and 19th Streets, 115 Fifth Avenue stands out with its unique Mansard roof. Built in 1877, it originally served as a department store, the Arnold Constable. The 7-story building was later converted to commercial office space for rent, and today it is occupied mainly by architecture firms and fashion design labels.
The building at 115 Fifth Avenue is owned by B.J.W. Realty LLC and the managing agent is Winter Management Corp, with an office onsite. The average floor size is 40,000 square feet, served by four passenger elevators and one freight elevator. The building is connected to its neighbor, 111 Fifth Avenue. Amenities include 24/7 security and access, as well as alternate entrances for different floors. Office tenants include HLW International, Multiplan Inc., Polo Ralph Lauren and Perkins Eastman. Retail tenants are Rosa Mexicano Restaurant and Victoria’s Secret. The building is convenient to the subway lines at Madison Square Park and Union Square, including the N, Q, R, L, 4, 5 and 6 trains.
|Address:||115 Fifth Avenue||Class:||B|
|Cross Streets:||18th & 19th Streets||Size:||300,000 SF|