31 West 52nd Street, New York

31 West 52nd Street

Designed by Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo & Associates, 31 West 52nd Street is a first-class, 29-story, 786,647 square foot office tower ideally located between 5th Avenue and Avenue of the Americas in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Its elegant granite-clad and aluminum framed glass curtain wall façade features four-story granite columns at both entrances on 52nd and 53rd Streets. The building’s west façade features a continuous row of 69-foot-high columns forming a magnificent backdrop to its fully landscaped public plaza which includes a sculpture by well-known artist, Jesus Bautista Morales. Five subway lines are located within three blocks of the property, while numerous luxury hotels, museums and upscale retail stores and restaurants surround the building.

Features

  • Floor sizes range from 16,000 to 39,800 square feet
  • 24-hour, seven day access/security
  • 14 state-of-the-art passenger elevators and one freight elevator
  • State-of-the-art building systems
  • Individual floor access provided by key card at the tenant’s discretion
  • 120-space in-building parking garage
  • Spectacular views of Central Park and Rockefeller Center
  • Emergency generator capacity for tenants and separate tenant cooling tower

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Transportation

NYC Subway