As part of the Ladies’ Mile Historic District that borders the Chelsea and Flatiron neighborhoods in Manhattan, 620 Avenue of the Americas is a landmark building that has been converted to commercial office and retail space. The 7-story structure was designed by DeLemos & Cordes architects and built in 1896. It contains large floor plates that span up to 100,000 square feet, with tall ceilings up to 17 feet. Large windows admit plenty of natural light into the offices’ loft-like interiors.
Amenities of 620 Avenue of the Americas include on-site management, 24/7 access and seven loading docks, three of which are partially covered. The building is known as a clothing and home furnishings mecca, housing three large retailers: Bed Bath & Beyond, Filene’s Basement and T.J.Maxx. Office tenants of the building include fashion design labels, creative firms and new technology companies, such as The Gap, HOK Architects and Hot Jobs. Nearby transportation options include F, M, N, R, 1 and 2 trains.
|Address:||620 Avenue of the Americas||Class:||B|
|Cross Streets:||18th & 19th Streets||Size:||780,000 SF|
|Year built:||1896||Architect:||DeLemos & Cordes|