307 West 36th Street
- Located: Corner of West 36th Street and 8th Avenue
- Built: 1926
- Renovations: Lobby - 2012
- Total Building Size: 251,000 SF
- Floors: 18, plus mezzanine, 2 below-grade
Completed in 1926 by the architect Emery Roth, 307 West 36th Street is a classic pre-war 18-story commercial high-rise building originally known as Garment Wear Arcade. Boasting an elegant recently renovated white marble arcade lobby, featuring entrances on both 36th and 37th Streets, the building offers more than 250,000 square feet of office space in the historic Garment District. 307 West 36th Street has become home to a wide range of tenants from notable fashion brand Rebecca Taylor to civic design firm, Urbahn Architects and many non-profits such as GOOD+ Foundation and the Neighborhood Housing Services of New York City. The building has a number of nearby transportation links including A, C and E trains, and the LIRR from Penn Station, which makes for easy access to and from the building. Located nearby are an array of exceptional food and beverage options to choose from whether it be day or night.