37 West 57th Street, Volgar Building Office Space

37 West 57th Street, Volgar Building Office Space
Built in 1923
80,000 SF
Design by Severance & Van Alen
Address: 37 West 57th Street Class: B
Cross Streets: 5th & 6th Avenues Size: 80,000 SF
Year built: 1923 Architect: Severance & Van Alen

The office building rising at 37 West 57th Street in Midtown Manhattan was completed in 1923 and renovated in the 2000s. It was designed by architects at Severance & Van Alen and is currently owned by Main Place Liberty Group. The Class B office building offers 80,000 square feet of Plaza District office space, as well as ground-floor retail space, and is ideal for small and mid-sized tenants. 

80 KSF of Class B Plaza District Office Space

The Volgar Building at 37 West 57th Street offers 80,000 square feet of Class B Plaza District office space across 12 stories. It is owned by Main Place Liberty Group and managed by Transwestern. The property was renovated in 2012 and features prime ground-floor retail space in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Amenities at the Class B building include 24/7 keycard access, on-security, an attended lobby, and LEED Platinum certification from the USGBC. 

Getting to and from 37 West 57th Street

The Volgar Building is conveniently located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, close to all the shopping, dining, and leisure destinations the Plaza District has to offer. Those working within the building at 37 West 57th Street also have easy access to public transportation, including the N, Q, R, and W lines at nearby subway stations. The property also lies just two blocks from Central Park. 

Who is renting office space at 37 West 57th Street?

37 West 57th Street is home to various office tenants in industries like financial services, media and publishing, and manufacturing. Notable tenants include shared space provider Breather, the Voga Trading Company, and Intercos America. 

How much is the rent price for office space at 37 West 57th Street?

Office asking rents in the Plaza District are some of the highest in Manhattan, particularly when it comes to Class A properties. Rents can often surpass $90 or even $100 per square foot in this submarket, which makes it suitable for large corporations or bigger tenants. By comparison, Class B properties like 37 West 57th Street command more affordable rents, but still offer all the modern features and amenities that office tenants look for in this part of the city. 

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