Also known as the Fur Center Building, 104 West 29th Street was constructed in 1923. Architect Schwartz & Gross designed this New York office building to rise 146 feet above street level. The high rise contains many units of rentable office space within its 12 stories.
Located in Midtown South in Manhattan, this office building is surrounded by New York culture. Coffee shops, restaurants, bars and more are located only steps away. Additionally, tenants have the opportunity to walk to Greeley Park during their lunch break, as it is located less than 1/4 mile away.
Transportation to and from 104 West 29th Street is never an issue. Penn Station is located only 0.30 miles away, while 33rd Street Station is only 0.20 from the building. Many subway lines and commuter rails drop tenants and clients within easy walking distance of this structure.
This office building is located within the Flatiron District neighborhood of New York. As such, the area is extremely walkable once arriving via one of the many bus or rail routes. In fact, the neighborhood is one of the top five most walkable areas in New York, which is a plus for getting clients to the building.
A neoclassical architectural style gives 104 West 29th Street old school New York beauty. The front is full of large windows, and the top of the main level includes thoughtful detail to catch the eye.
|Birch Family Services|
|Compass Industries Inc|
|10 Gb/s: Lightower|
|10 Gb/s: Level 3 Communications|
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|10 Gb/s: Cablevision/Lightpath|
|10 Gb/s: Cogent Communications|
|25 Mb/s: RCN|
|25 Mb/s: Verizon New York|
|6 Mb/s: Time Warner Cable|
|50 Mb/s: MegaPath|
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