1211 Ave of the Americas, News Corp Bldg

Built in 1973 1,900,000 SF Design by Harrison, Abramovitz & Harris
1211 Ave of the Americas, News Corp Bldg

 Offices for lease at 1211 Avenue of the Americas

Built in 1973, the News Corporation Building is a part of the Rockefeller Center extension. It is a two million square foot, environmentally friendly skyscraper offering Class A office rentals in Midtown Manhattan.  The building was formerly known as the Celanese Building, but has served as the headquarters for the News Corporation for years, including Fox Entertainment, The Wall Street Journal and the New York Post. The Fox News studio is located on the ground floor of the building.

Following an extensive renovation, the building is now energy efficient and achieved a LEED Silver rating. The modern lobby features green marble, mahogany panels and terrazzo flooring. Floor sizes range from 40,000 to 60,000 square feet. Aside from the News Corporation, other tenants include Morgan Stanley, Wachovia Securities and Sojitz Corporation of America. Tenants have direct access to the Rockefeller Center subway station, which is served by the B, D, F and M trains. Other amenities include a messenger center and below-ground shops and retail.

Address: 1211 Avenue of the Americas Class: A
Cross Streets: 47th & 48th Streets Size: 1,900,000 SF
Year built: 1973 Architect: Harrison, Abramovitz & Harris

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