303 Fifth Avenue

Built in 1909160,000 SFDesign by Buchman & Fox
303 Fifth Avenue

303 Fifth Avenue offers Manhattan office space for rent

The Neo-classical building at 303 Fifth Avenue was designed by Buchman & Fox Architects. It has long been known as The Jewelry Building, as it was home to many retail and fashion tenants. Currently it is occupied by a variety of professional firms. Tenants include Ken Craft Inc. and Schauer Jewelry Co., Inc., and cheap jack’s vintage clothing store occupies the ground floor retail space.

The lobby of 303 Fifth Avenue is lined with marble and has been recently renovated. The facade of the building was also restored within the past few years. Amenities include on-site management and 24/7 security with closed circuit television. Office floors are served by three passenger elevators and two freight elevators. Floors average 8,500 square feet. The building is convenient to the 6 train at Lexington Avenue and is only a few blocks away from Herald Square, with access to the B, D, F, M, N, Q, and R trains and PATH service to New Jersey.

Address:303 Fifth AvenueClass:B
Cross Streets:31st & 32nd StreetSize:160,000 SF
Year built:1909Architect:Buchman & Fox

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