Located in the desirable Murray Hill neighborhood of New York City, 10 East 40th Street offers tenants 350,000 sq. ft. of rentable office space. The building was constructed in 1929, and at the time, it was the fourth tallest building in the world.
The lobby features a 15-foot ceiling, which was restored and renovated in 2002. The office is right across from Bryant Park, New York Public Library, and just a few blocks from the Grand Central Terminal, along with other nearby metro stations and bus stops.
Sandwiched in between 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue, 10 East 40th Street provides tenants with great exposure. Here, people will get a real sense of the hustle and bustle of New York.
In addition to convenient access to public transportation and establishing a great presence in the city, renters at this location can enjoy a variety of dining and shopping choices. Out of town clients will appreciate the numerous hotel options around as well.
10 East 40th Street boasts beautiful renaissance revival architecture and light brown brick and steel exterior. This skyscraper is 620 feet tall and has 48 floors.
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