A New York landmark, this commercial building is set at 1230 Avenue of the Americas and is known as the Simon & Schuster Building and the U.S. Rubber Company Building. Construction on the notable property ended in 1939 and left a 21-story high rise with approximately 770,282 square feet of rentable office space.
As a part of Rockefeller Center, tenants of this structure have access to a host of unique amenities, such as a central commercial parking garage and an expansive underground shopping concourse that leads to all of the other buildings of the center.
Access to the building and security of the premises are offered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Because the building rises high above the street line, tenants of each floor enjoy great city views through the large windows. Natural light abounds in the office spaces of 1230 Avenue of the Americas.
Receiving shipments of office supplies or sending out product is never an issue, as there are two convenient freight entrances at 67 and 69 West 48th Street. In this area of the structure there are two bays and a single loading dock.
Built in a art deco style, 1230 Avenue of the Americas has a classic look, with its many vertical limestone elements. Between each light-colored column, reflective glass windows add contrast.
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