515 Madison Avenue
- Located: Corner of Madison Avenue and East 53rd Street
- Built: 1932
- Renovations: Restrooms - 2007; Corridors - 2007; Lobby - 2016; Elevators - 2018; Sprinklers - 2018; Steam station - 2018
- Total Building Size: 370,000 SF
- Floors: 42, 2 below-grade
515 Madison Avenue, also known as the DuMont Building, is a 532-foot high, 42-story building at 53rd Street and Madison Avenue in Manhattan's Plaza District. The building was built in Art Deco and neo-Gothic style by John H. Carpenter in 1932. One of the building’s most distinctive features is a broadcasting antenna that traces back to the building’s role in the first television broadcasts of Allen B. DuMont's experimental television station W2XWV in 1938. This Class A building's careful restoration of its renovated entrance and lobby in 2009 kept its beautiful architectural elements intact yet modernized for today's tenants. Located just south of Central Park, this area is home to landmarks such as the New York City Center for performing arts, Carnegie Hall and Rockefeller Center. This prime location provides access to a multitude of amenities, with a variety of dining options and world-renowned retail along Fifth Avenue. With the E and M trains located in the building, the 6 train only a block away, and a multitude of other subways lines nearby, commuting has never been easier.