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Address: 140 East 45th Street Class: A
Cross Streets: 44th & 45th Streets Size: 664,000 SF
Year built: 1982 Architect: Schuman Lichtenstein Claman & Efron

Welcome to 140 East 45th Street (2 Grand Central Tower), your next dream workspace in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Located just a block from Grand Central Terminal, 140 East 45th Street office space places you at the crossroads of business and innovation. Let’s dive into what makes this place so unique.

A Landmark of Design and Efficiency

Built in 1982 and designed by the renowned Schuman Lichtenstein Claman & Efron, 140 East 45th Street embodies modern architecture and sustainable living. If sustainability is your thing, its LEED Silver certification for energy efficiency only scratches the surface. With a 2000s renovation, the tower combines history with modernity, offering a work environment that’s both inspiring and responsible.

140 East 45th Street Office Space: Room for Ambition

Across its towering height of 44 stories, 140 East 45th Street offers 664,000 square feet of Class A office space. Managed by CBRE and owned by Rockwood Capital, the building caters to high-profile tenants, from hedge funds to financial services. Whether you’re looking for 8,500 or 16,400 square feet of space, the perfect floor plan awaits, complemented by breathtaking views of the East River and Manhattan skyline.

First-Class Amenities

Imagine a workplace where luxury meets efficiency, tailored to your every need. Here’s how these top-tier amenities at 140 East 45th Street can benefit you:

  • Swift Arrivals and Departures: Twelve passenger elevators, a dedicated freight elevator, and direct access to Grand Central Station make your day smooth and efficient.
  • Modern Lobby Welcome: Step into sophistication daily, thanks to the redesigned lobby by acclaimed architects at MdeAS.
  • Enhanced Security and Accessibility: On-site security, concierge, and 24/7 access ensure your business runs securely on your schedule.
  • Inspiring Views and Spaces: The two-story atrium and outdoor plaza offer not just relaxation but breathtaking views of Midtown.
  • Efficient Operations: An internet-based work order and visitor system streamlines your operational needs so you can focus more on your business growth.

A Hub of Connectivity

Location is everything, and Two Grand Central Tower nails it. With direct access to Grand Central Terminal, you can access the 4, 5, 6, and 7 trains, as well as Amtrak and MetroNorth. Connectivity when you lease office space at 140 East 45th Street makes commuting a breeze, whether from across the city or outside.

A Prestigious Tenant Community

Join a community of leading firms and innovators. Picture rubbing elbows with Rockwood Capital, CBRE, Greenlight Capital, and many others in the finance, real estate, and government sectors. 140 East 45th Street is not just a place to work; it’s a place to grow, network, and be part of a prestigious circle of businesses shaping the future.

Available Space

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Building Location & Nearby Public Transportation

Nearby Transportation


42nd Street–Grand Central - 4 minutes Walk
Grand Central - 7 minutes Walk
51st Street (6) - 7 minutes Walk


East 50th Street/2nd Avenue - 8 minutes Walk
East 50th Street/3rd Avenue - 7 minutes Walk
East 50th Street/Lexington Avenue - 7 minutes Walk
East 49th Street/Lexington Avenue - 6 minutes Walk
East 49th Street/3rd Avenue - 5 minutes Walk
East 49th Street/2nd Avenue - 6 minutes Walk
2nd Avenue & East 42nd Street - 7 minutes Walk
2nd Avenue & East 50th Street - 7 minutes Walk
2nd Avenue & East 46th Street - 5 minutes Walk
Madison Avenue & East 48th Street - 8 minutes Walk
East 42nd Street & Park Avenue - 6 minutes Walk
3rd Avenue & East 47th Street - 3 minutes Walk
3rd Avenue & East 42nd Street - 4 minutes Walk

Important Information

Listings are presented for illustrative purposes only; they may no longer be available and are provided merely as an exemplary representation of the types of spaces in a given neighborhood for a given price.