|Address:||810 Seventh Avenue||Class:||A|
|Cross Streets:||Broadway & 7th Avenue||Size:||765,000 SF|
|Year built:||1969||Architect:||Kahn & Jacobs|
The office tower rising at 810 Seventh Avenue in Midtown Manhattan was completed in 1969, boasting an International Style design by Kahn & Jacobs. The building features a tower that ‘floats’ atop a 12-story base, which gives it an unusual effect that’s even more striking at night. The top floors offer incredible views of the Manhattan skyline, and office tenants enjoy state-of-the-art amenities fit for a Class A trophy building in the heart of New York City.
765 KSF of Class A Columbus Circle Office Space
The 42-story property at 810 Seventh Avenue was completed in 1969, and features 765,000 square feet of Class A Columbus Circle office space. There are also 15,000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor. Floorplates average 22,400 square feet, and the entire building was renovated in 2010. SL Green owns and manages 810 Seventh Avenue.
Amenities at the Class A office tower include efficient side-core floor plates, new corridors and elevators, a conference center and catering facility available through Convene, an on-site parking garage, and magnificent Central Park and Hudson River views.
Getting to and from 810 Seventh Avenue
810 Seventh Avenue is conveniently located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, centrally situated between Columbus Circle, Times Square, Central Park, and the Plaza District. Those working within the building have easy access to nine subway lines, six bus routes, Carnegie Hall, and the Museum of Modern Art.
Who is renting office space at 810 Seventh Avenue?
The office tower at 810 Seventh Avenue is home to various high-profile tenants, including Bank of America, Sidley, Capstone Credit Group, Berkeley Research Group, Ion Media Networks, Informatica, TAG Associates, Nigro Karlin Segal & Feldstein LLP, and the 810 Deli & Cafe.
How much is the rent price for office space at 810 Seventh Avenue?
Average asking rents at 810 Seventh Avenue are roughly on par with those commanded by other Class A towers in Columbus Circle. Prices can range from $50 to $80 per square foot or more, depending on the length and terms of the lease agreement.
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