630 Ninth Avenue - Film Center
- Located: 9th Avenue between West 44th and West 45th Street
- Built: 1929
- Renovations: Elevators - 2014, lobby - 2015, restrooms - 2016, corridors - 2017, windows - 2018
- Total Building Size: 275,000 SF
- Floors: 13, 2 below-grade
630 Ninth Avenue, also known as the Film Center Building, is a 13-story office building that once only catered to businesses involved in film, theater and music. It was completed in 1929 by the world renowned architect Ely Khan. Its landmarked Art Deco-styled lobby shows Pre-Columbian influences and is notable for its bold and varied colors. The building's restrooms were renovated in 2016 and the corridors were renovated in 2017 along with the addition of a class-E fire system. Additionally in 2017, windows were added to the entire eastern side of the building between the 7th-14th floor and 25,000 square feet of obsolete film storage vaults were converted into new office space. Located in the vibrant Hell's Kitchen neighborhood, moments from the Theater District, there are numerous amenities close by including a variety of dining options all along Ninth Avenue. Access to the Port Authority Bus Terminal, The NY Waterway Ferry, and the Lincoln Tunnel, as well as access to multiple subway lines is just a short walk away providing commuters with an easy way to and from the building.