787 Seventh Avenue, AXA Equitable Center

Built in 1986 1,800,000 SF Design by Edward Larrabee Barnes Associates
787 Seventh Avenue, AXA Equitable Center

The AXA Equitable Center serves as the headquarters of Equitable Life Insurance. The facade of the building features a grid of vertical reddish brown granite cladding and horizontal bands of white marble. Arched windows punctuate the top of the tower on the east and west sides, behind which a large boardroom is located. The ground floor includes an art gallery with free admission to the public, exemplifying the company’s commitment to cultural endeavors. The building also features a six story atrium showcasing an impressive mural by Roy Lichtenstein.
Tenants of the AXA Equitable Center include Morgan Stanley Smith Barney; Wilke, Farr & Gallagher; and Sidley Austin Brown & Wood. Amenities  include an auditorium space, fitness center with swimming pool, concierge and a garage. Bobby Flay’s Bar American and the critically acclaimed Le Bernardin restaurants are located on the ground floor.  The building connects underground to the Rockefeller Center concourse.

Address: 787 Seventh Avenue Class: A
Cross Streets: 51st & 52nd Streets Size: 1,800,000 SF
Year built: 1986 Architect: Edward Larrabee Barnes Associates

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