149 West 36th Street
- Located: West 36th Street between Broadway and 7th Avenue
- Built: 1909
- Renovations: Lobby - 1998
- Total Building Size: 58,000 SF
- Floors: 12, 1 below-grade
149 West 36th Street is a 12-story 58,000 square foot office building located in NYC's historic Garment District that was completed in 1909 and designed by Mulliken & Moeller. This side-core building boasts floorplates that maximize efficiency with interiors that feature high ceilings, architectural detailing and an abundance of windows, flooding spaces with natural light. Situated at the heart of the commuter triangle, the building is conveniently located equidistant from three of Manhattan's major transportation hubs: Grand Central Station, Penn Station and Port Authority Terminal. The area offers tenants a full range of modern conveniences and amenities including Shake Shack Herald Square, Urban Outfitters, Muji, and Parker & Quinn. It is a quick five minute walk to Bryant Park. To enjoy an after-work cocktail with breathtaking views of the city, tenants can visit a number of top Manhattan roof bars in the area, including the Skylark, Refinery Hotel, Top of The Strand, Spyglass Rooftop Bar and Monarch Rooftop Lounge.