110 East 42nd Street, New York, NY
Located directly across from Grand Central Terminal, 110 East 42nd Street, formerly known as the Bowery Banks Savings Building, is a 205,000 square foot building that rises 18 stories above midtown. This property’s distinctive sandstone and brick façade, created in 1923 by famed architects York & Sawyer, has been carefully restored to its original design. The building’s grand entrance includes an Italian Romanesque ceiling adorned with stunning blue and yellow mosaic tiles depicting the heavens. The exterior and lobby, along with the world famous Cipriani event hall, have been designated as a Landmark by New York City. Re–engineered to 21st century standards, the building is Wired Certified Gold and features an emergency generator for life safety as well as an in-building parking garage with elevator access to the lobby. 110 East 42nd Street, 2013 winner BOMA Operating Office Building of the year, is truly a distinct New York address.
Direct access to Grand Central Terminal and Subway Lines (4, 5, 6, 7, S, B, D, F, V)
77-space in-building parking garage with elevator access to the lobby
125 KW emergency generator for life safety
A 250 KW generator can be made available for tenants’ use
Restored operable windows
Newmark Grubb Knight Frank