Located between 5th and Madison Avenues in New York’s Midtown East, the office building at 12 East 41st Street provides tenants looking to rent office space with an excellent opportunity.
Situated within walking distance of Grand Central Station and subway line trains 7, B, D, F, M, 4, 5, 6, S, 1, 2, 3, N, Q and R, 12 East 41st Street is a prestigious building that houses the High School Admissions Department for Berkeley College.
Summart, a slightly less august but none the less valued tenant on the ground floor supplies the neighborhood with Japanese style meals and groceries. 12 East Street, 41st Street, belongs to New York’s most sought-after cluster of commercial buildings and boasts a plethora of amenities right on the doorstep.
After work tenants can enjoy Broadway theaters, try the local libraries or meet with friends in nearby Greenwich Village and Soho.
The office building at 12 East 41st Street looks like a typical Art Nouveau style brownstone with a beautiful bronze entrance portal, a glass-fronted lobby and large windows. Its dark brown facade is largely plain but occasional stonework decorations lift the design from the ordinary.
|Nat Sherman Townhouse|
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