350 Fifth Ave, The Empire State Building office space

Built in 1931 2,300,000 SF Design by William F. Lamb of Shreve, Lamb & Harmon Associates
350 Fifth Ave, The Empire State Building office space

Rent Office Space in The World’s Most Famous Building

The Empire State Building is arguably the most famous office building in the world. If your business wants to lease space in a landmark, trophy building, in a terrific location, with first class amenities, you can’t do better than an office rental at The Empire State Building.


Tourists are drawn to the amazing views from its two rooftop observation decks. Considerable amenities also draw tenants to the building’s world class office space, including an Art Deco entry hall and a central Manhattan location on 34th Street and Fifth Avenue. The lobby and common corridors have been recently upgraded to the highest standards and a new elevator system has been installed. The Empire State Building’s Fifth Avenue address is 350 Fifth Avenue.

Address: 350 Fifth Avenue Class: A
Cross Streets: 33rd & 34th Streets Size: 2,300,000 SF
Year built: 1931 Architect: William F. Lamb of Shreve, Lamb & Harmon Associates


At 102 stories and 1,250 feet tall, it is the second the tallest skyscraper in New York City after 1 World Trade Center. The building contains almost 2,500,000 Square Feet of office space. Due to the size of the building and the enormous floor plates, there are rarely any small spaces available for rent, with the smallest offices generally being in the 2,500-3,000 Square Foot range. The Empire State Building is one of the few Class A buildings in The Penn Plaza/Garment District neighborhoods.

A recently completed $500 million renovation has resulted in the building becoming more eco-friendly. As a result of these upgrades, the ESB’s energy consumption has been cut and it is now one of the most energy efficient buildings in New York City.

Tenants include Alitalia, Boy Scouts of America and the Human Rights Foundation, Skanska and LF USA. Shutterstock and LinkedIn have also recently acquired space. The Empire State Building’s location is convenient to several subway lines at the 34th Street/Herald Square station, including the B, D, F, M, N, Q, R and Path trains. It is also short walk from Penn Station.

A 14,000 Square Foot gym is scheduled to open in the Summer of 2014 for the exclusive use of tenants.



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