303 Fifth Avenue, a Class B office tower offering commercial space near Herald Square, Manhattan.
303 Fifth Avenue, a Class B office tower offering commercial space near Herald Square, Manhattan.
Address 303 Fifth Avenue Class B
Cross Streets 31st & 32nd Street Size 160,000 SF
Year built 1909 Architect Buchman & Fox


The office building located at 303 Fifth Avenue was completed in 1909, boasting a design by Buchman & Fox. Originally, the property was known as The Jewelry Building, as it was home to various retail and fashion tenants, including the renowned FAO Schwartz toy store.

The building continues to house numerous tenants in creative industries like media, fashion, and retail, and it’s also a popular destination for healthcare tenants and law professionals.

160 KSF of Class B Murray Hill Office Space

The Jewelry Building incorporates roughly 160,000 square feet of Class B Murray Hill office space, as well as ground-floor retail space. The 20-story building offers tenants amenities such as 24/7 security, on-site management, three passenger elevators and two freight elevators, and more. The lobby is lined with marble and has been renovated, while the tower’s facade was also restored in recent years. Office spaces are ideal for startups or smaller tenants, with floor plates averaging 8,500 square feet.

Getting to and from 303 Fifth Avenue

The building at 303 Fifth Avenue 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.

Who is renting office space at 303 Fifth Avenue?

The office building at 303 Fifth Avenue is home to various small and mid-size tenants in industries like healthcare, financial services, law, architecture and design, and media. Tenants renting office space at the Murray Hill building include Amtrade, Ariel Air Company, Netcom-World, Lincoln Travel, New Vista Horizons, and a Bread & Butter restaurant.

How much is the rent price for office space at 303 Fifth Avenue?

Office asking rents at 303 Fifth Avenue tend to be more affordable than the average commanded by Midtown Manhattan assets, an average that hovers close to the $90 per square foot mark. Class B assets such as The Jewelry Building tend to command lower rents than their Class A counterparts, while still offering all the modern amenities and systems that today’s office tenants look for.

Available Spaces

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Listing Location & Nearby Public Transportation

Nearby Transportation


33rd Street (6) - 7 minutes Walk
34th Street–Herald Square - 7 minutes Walk
28th Street (16NR) - 6 minutes Walk


West 32nd Street & Avenue of the Americas - 6 minutes Walk
West 31st Street/6th Avenue - 7 minutes Walk
West 34th Street/Broadway - 7 minutes Walk
5th Avenue & West 33rd Street - 2 minutes Walk
East 34th Street & Park Avenue - 4 minutes Walk
Madison Avenue & East 33rd Street - 1 minute Walk
Madison Avenue & East 29th Street - 5 minutes Walk

Important information

This listing is presented for illustrative purposes only, it may no longer be available, and is provided merely as an exemplary representation of the types of spaces in a given neighborhood for a given price