1230 Ave of the Americas office space

Built in 1939 770,282 SF Design by The Associated Architects
1230 Ave of the Americas office space

Looking NYC Office Rental? Try 1230 Avenue of the Americas, Simon & Schuster Building

Designed in the Art Deco and Art Moderne styles, the Simon & Schuster Building is a portion of the Rockefeller Center. Its facade features defined vertical elements clad in limestone with glass infill. The structure was originally known as the U. S. Rubber Company Building. A 19-story addition was completed in the mid-1950s by architects Harrison & Abramovitz. The RKO Center Theater, which originally occupied a portion of the site, was demolished to make way for the new portion.

Aside from Simon & Schuster, other office tenants include Christie’s and M. Arthur Gensler & Associates. Tenants enjoy direct subway access to the B, D, F, and M trains, and a direct connection the Rockefeller Center shopping concourse. There is also indoor, onsite parking available.

Address: 1230 Avenue of the Americas Class: A
Cross Streets: 48th & 49th Streets Size: 770,282 SF
Year built: 1939 Architect: The Associated Architects

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