675 Avenue of the Americas
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- Located: West side of Sixth Ave between 21st Street and 22nd Street
- Built: 1901
- Renovations: Modernization of high-speed elevators, mechanical systems and new HVAC system
- Total Building Size: 50,000 rentable SF SF
- Floors: 6
Originally constructed in 1901 to house the department store of Adams Dry Goods, the historic 675 Avenue of the Americas spans an entire city block situated on the west side of 6th Ave between 21st Street and 22nd Street. The Property features expansive 50,000 SF open floor plates, high exposed ceilings of 13’ and 10’ oversized operable windows. Each floor enjoys the advantages of four perimeter exposures and overlooks an expansive central atrium interior court that soars 123’ covered by a 60’ by 40’ skylight, allowing for ample bright light throughout the interior core. 675 Avenue of the Americas provides a 24/7 attended lobby security, a tenant rooftop amenity, modernization of high-speed elevators, mechanical systems and new HVAC system.
675 Avenue of the Americas is ideally located just five blocks north of Union Square Park and one avenue west of Madison Square Park, providing unparalleled ease of access to all areas of New York City. The Property is situated on 6th Ave between 21st and 22nd Streets, just a short distance from Gramercy Park, one of the most desirable residential neighborhoods in New York City. Eataly, Whole Foods, the Gramercy Park Hotel, the W Union Square, the Flatiron Building and the Strand Bookstore are all nearby.
The Property is located in the heart of New York City’s Silicon Alley, the corridor that connects Midtown to Lower Manhattan, running past the Flatiron building at Madison Square Park and Union Square towards SoHo. The area, once known as Ladies’ Mile, was a prime shopping district at the end of the 19th century. The district contains mostly multi-story store and loft buildings which have become a magnet for tech and media companies. These creative companies are attracted to the district’s unconventional building stock, with its open layouts and high ceilings, which hold great appeal for companies that rely on open floorplans.