353 West 39th Street
- Located: West 39th Street between 8th and 9th Avenue
- Built: 1928
- Renovations: Elevators - 2015
- Total Building Size: 41,500 SF
- Floors: 4, 1 below-grade
353 West 39th Street was built in 1928 by the architect Frank S. Parker and rises fourteen stories. While the majority of the building has converted to residential co-ops, the first four floors remain as commercial space. The 41,500 square feet of commercial space has been renovated to provide quality loft- style offices. The modernized lobby with industrial design is exclusively for commercial tenants. It is attended 24/7 and offers keycard access for convenient and secure access at all hours of the day.
Offices benefit from high ceilings, polished concrete floors, tenant-controlled central A/C, and new windows on all four sides flooding these open areas with natural light, providing for an ideal open work environment. Direct metered electric on full floors and sub-metered electric on partial floors is provided and the building is pre-wired with high-speed CAT6 telecom and data services.
This building is situated in historic Garment District close to many amenities, including the eateries of Hell's Kitchen, and ample transportation links including A, C and E trains on Eighth Avenue, the Port Authority Bus Terminal, nearby Times Square-42nd Street station and Pier 79 Ferry Terminal.