The Chrysler Building, iconic landmark office building situated at 405 Lexington Ave, NYC.

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Address: 405 Lexington Avenue Class: A
Cross Streets: 42nd & 43rd Streets Size: 1,195,000 SF
Year built: 1930 Architect: William Van Alen


  • Cloud Club
  • Landmarked Lobby
  • Outdoor Terraces
  • Direct Access to Grand Central Terminal

At the Chrysler Building, you’re not just renting office space; you’re becoming part of a New York City legend and making a statement. This Art Deco masterpiece, designed by William Van Alen and completed in 1930, combines historical significance with modern functionality following its $200 million renovation in 2020.

Lease Your Office in A Masterpiece of Design

Lease Chrysler Building office space and elevate your company’s brand image with unmatched prestige and quality. This architectural marvel, crowned with a 9-story steel design and an Art Deco lobby, offers more than visual appeal. It’s a workspace that inspires and motivates. Experience the luxury of a lobby adorned with Moroccan marble, Sienna travertine, and Edward Trumbull’s magnificent ceiling mural, creating an environment that’s not only aesthetically pleasing but also conducive to productivity and team satisfaction.

What Will You Pay for Office Rents at the Chrysler Building?

The Chrysler building is a historic landmark Class A building offering a high level of amenities with above standard finishes. As such rents are higher than such buildings as The Graybar Building and One Grand Central Place. Asking rents range from $77-$98 depending on the floor, the condition of the space, and the lease term among other factors.

Exclusive Amenities at The Chrysler Club

As a tenant, you gain access to the exclusive Chrysler Club. This full-floor amenity center on the 27th floor caters to all your professional needs. From a boardroom and town hall meeting space to a lounge and meditation room, the Club caters to business tenants looking to enhance their work experience. However, beyond this amenity floor, you also gain the perks of having some of the most incredible views of any Midtown skyscraper.

The Chrysler Building’s Prestigious Tenant Community

Your business, surrounded by industry leaders, benefits from a network of successful and innovative peers. Chrysler Building office rentals are full of esteemed tenants like Creative Artists Agency, Clyde & Co, and YES Network.

Accessible Midtown East Location

Situated in Midtown East, the Chrysler Building offers more than just an office space; it offers convenience. There is a direct tunnel from the lobby to Grand Central Terminal, which can certainly come in handy when it rains or snows. Don’t overlook this if you’re a commuter from Connecticut riding theMetro North or from one of the five subway lines. The upcoming East Side Access project further enhances this connectivity, making it easier than ever for your team and clients to reach you.


Available Space

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Building Location & Nearby Public Transportation

Nearby Transportation


42nd Street–Grand Central - 5 minutes Walk
Grand Central - 7 minutes Walk
51st Street (6) - 8 minutes Walk


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