171 Madison Avenue
- Located: Northeast corner of Madison Avenue and 33rd Street
- Built: 1918
- Renovations: Facade - 2017; Lobby - 2017
- Total Building Size: 136,000 SF
- Floors: 17, 1 below-grade
171 Madison Avenue, also known as the Lewittes Building, was designed by the architect William H. Gompert and originally completed in 1918. It offers spaces that range from full floor to partial floor occupancy. The building features a brand new lobby, new building entrance and elevators while spaces offer excellent natural light with exposure on 3 sides. Located just one block from the Empire State Building, 171 Madison Avenue's neo-classical façade is brick with applied masonry. Access to the 6 train is one block away with further connections available at nearby Grand Central Station. Additionally there are many lunchtime options close by including Le Pain Quotidien and Korea Town favorites, with Nomad's vibrant dining scene just a short walk away.