The American Woolen Building: Midtown South Office Rentals Near Union Square
The American Woolen Building was constructed as the headquarters of a textile company. The 19-story building was designed by Robert Henderson Robertson, and it occupies a prominent location on Park Avenue South near Union Square.
Amenities include on-site management, a concierge, and 24/7 attended lobby, a loading dock and full maintenance cleaning and security services. Tenants who rent full floors within the building have the option claiming additional space from the adjoining building at 233 Park Avenue South, resulting in a combined floor size of nearly 40,000 square feet. Tenants include the Port Authority, STV Incorporated, Institutional Investor, IMP and Orda Management, as well as two restaurants, Japonais and Wildwood. The American Woolen Building is convenient to Union Square’s many subway lines, including the 4, 5, 6, N, R and L trains.
|Address:||225 Park Avenue South||Class:||B|
|Cross Streets:||18th & 19th Streets||Size:||506,365 SF|
|Year built:||1909||Architect:||Robert H. Robertson|