|Address:||450 West 33rd Street||Class:||A|
|Cross Streets:||Tenth Avenue & West 31st Street||Size:||1,765,000 SF|
|Year built:||1969||Architect:||Davis Brody Bond|
The striking office building rising at 450 West 33rd Street was originally built in 1969 as the Westyard Distribution Center. The 16-floor Brutalist-style structure was designed by Davis Brody Bond, the same architects behind the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
Former tenants at the massive office building include The New York Daily News, which moved here in 1995, and DoubleClick, which operated in the building from 1999 to 2003. The renovated structure known as 5 Manhattan West is home to various high-profile tenants and offers best-in-class office amenities.
1.8 MSF of Class A Hudson Yards Office Space
5 Manhattan West at 450 West 33rd Street features 1,765,000 square feet of Class A Hudson Yards office space for rent, as well as 80,000 square feet of retail space. Owned and managed by Brookfield Properties, the building was fully renovated in 2014 and now boasts a new glass facade, new mechanical systems, and new interiors. Other amenities include above-standard ceiling heights, large windows, state-of-the-art security, 24/7 access, a tenant-exclusive rooftop deck, and easy access to public transportation. The building also boasts 2021 WELL Health-Safety rating and LEED certification for its energy efficiency.
Getting to and from 5 Manhattan West
5 Manhattan West is conveniently located within walking distance to Madison Square Garden, the Jacob Javits Convention Center, and the High Line. It sits directly above train tracks running west from Penn Station, connecting tenants to the North River Tunnels and Empire Connection. 5 Manhattan West also offers easy access to the Lincoln Tunnel and the 1, 2, 3, A, C, E, and 7 lines.
Who is renting office space at 5 Manhattan West?
5 Manhattan West is home to various high-profile office tenants, including Whole Foods Market, Amazon, Peloton, Chase, Noom, and the New York City Financial Information Services Agency.
How much is the rent price for office space at 5 Manhattan West?
5 Manhattan West is one of the priciest office properties in Midtown Manhattan, with average asking rents resting at over $100 per square foot. However, the building’s tenant profile, excellent location, and best-in-class amenities make the price worth it for a tenant looking to rent quality office space for the long term.
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