1350 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY
Located in the heart of the Plaza district on the southeast corner of 55th Street, 1350 Avenue of the Americas is a stunning 590,000-square-foot boutique office building. The recently renovated lobby features French walnut wood panels, Paloma limestone, white metal paneling, and Pietra Bedonia floors. The property is home to a diverse tenant base that includes financial, accounting, law, and technology firms. Located next to the iconic "Love" sculpture by American artist Robert Indiana, the award-winning 1350 Avenue of the Americas is a coveted and prestigious address.
Completed in 1965, 1350 Ave of the Americas was designed by Emery Roth & Sons and typifies the postwar wave of development that changed the Avenue of Americas core directly west of Rockefeller Center. Featuring a black glass façade divided by vertical white marble piers, the building’s setbacks step away from the street to provide a greater sense of transparency and light.
Robert Indiana’s famous “Love” sculpture was first designed as a Christmas card for the Museum of Modern Art on nearby West 53rd Street, the same year 1350 Avenue of the Americas was completed. Currently, versions of the sculpture stand in cities around the world, in Spanish, Hebrew, Chinese and Italian. The version at West 55th Street was installed in 2000 and has been a popular site for tourists and their cameras ever since.
Located in heart of Plaza District
Central Park views
Elevator cab renovations underway
On-site parking garage
BOMA 360 award winner
ENERGY STAR Rated
Wired Certified Gold
LEED GOLD- certified
Amazon Corporation, LLC
P. Schoenfeld Asset Management
Seabury Advisors Holdings LLC
Highbridge Capital Management
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