33 Irving Place
- Located: Corner of East 16th Street and Irving Place
- Built: 1909
- Renovations: Sidewalk - 2011; Roof - 2016; Local Law 11 - 2016
- Total Building Size: 180,000 SF
- Floors: 12, plus mezzanine, 1 below-grade
Formerly the Crown Building, and now known as the Mercantile Building, 33 Irving Place (also known as 120 East 16th Street) is a pre-war full-service Art Deco office building with a prime location between East 15th and East 16th Streets, situated along charming Irving Place. Built in 1909 by the architectural firm Goldwin Starrett & Van Vleck, the same firm that designed the acclaimed Saks Fifth Avenue building. Converted in 1987, the building has 12 floors, 6 passenger elevators and 1 freight elevator, and boasts a tastefully renovated lobby. It is located steps from numerous parks, including Gramercy Park, Stuyvesant Square and the bustling Union Square Park. In 2017, the building was awarded an Energy Start label for its operating efficiency. Bordering Union Square, Irving Place is a coveted location near the growing center of NYC tech. While tech companies are sprinkled throughout the area, the neighborhood also provides easy access to a myriad of restaurants, shops and mass transit options.