425 Lexington Avenue office space for lease

Built in 1987 700,034 SF Design by Helmut Jahn
425 Lexington Avenue office space for lease

425 Lexington Avenue

The architect of 425 Lexington Avenue, Helmut Jahn, faced the challenge of integrating the skyscraper with surrounding Art Deco and International style skyscrapers. The resulting Postmodern style tower is trapezoidal in plan and features a tripartite division with a defined base, shaft and cornice. It assumes the form of a Classical column, reinterpreted—the top section angles out and contains a special conference area. The exterior of the building is clad in turquoise tinted glass that literally reflects the nearby Chrysler Building.

Tenants of 425 Lexington Avenue include Simpson, Thatcher & Bartlett, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, several retail stores and an Equinox gym. Amenities include on-site security, umbrella lending, and a 25-car private garage. The building is convenient to Grand Central Terminal, which provides out-of-town service through Amtrak and Metro North and subway service via the 4, 5, 6 and 7 trains.

Address:425 Lexington AvenueClass:A
Cross Streets:43rd & 44th StreetsSize:700,034 SF
Year built:1987Architect:Helmut Jahn

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