505 Eighth Avenue
- Located: Corner of West 35th Street and 8th Avenue
- Built: 1926
- Renovations: Restrooms - 2015
- Total Building Size: 292,000 SF
- Floors: 25, 1 below-grade
505 Eighth Avenue, originally known as the Hoover Building, was built in 1926 by the architect Chester James Storm. At 25 stories high and 292,000 square feet, the building features a modernized lobby that is attended 24/7 and offers keycard access for convenient and secure access at all hours of the day. On the ground floor of the building, one can dine or grab drinks at the recently opened Tailor Public House & Kitchen or at one of the various different eateries and lounges the area has to offer. Situated on the Northwest corner of Eighth Avenue and 35th Street, 505 is located only one block away from one of Manhattan's major transportation hubs, Penn Station, with links to the A, C, E, 1, 2, 3 subway lines, NJ Transit Trains, LIRR, and the Amtrak regional train. Additionally, only a few blocks away are links to the B, D, F, M, N, Q, R, W subway lines which compliment the already easy commute to and from the building.