Designed by Harrison, Abramovitz & Harris and built in 1971, this New York office building is set at 1251 Avenue of the Americas. Known as the Exxon Building, this structure rises to a height of 750 feet and contains 54 stories of rentable office space.
Within the 54 floors of 1251 Avenue of the Americas, over 2,292,300 total square feet of floor space is found. To get to these spaces, tenants, clients and visitors have the ability to take one of 32 high-speed passenger elevators.
Because the office spaces within 1251 Avenue of the Americas are virtually column-free, tenants have wide open spaces to custom tailor exactly for their needs. The units contain many windows which bring in plenty of sunlight and offer views of the spectacular New York scenery, including views over Central Park.
Tenants and guests of the Exxon Building enjoy the ideal location within Rockefeller Center. Besides its prime address, this office building offers a deep landscaped plaza right outside its door. Within this plaza, tenants find a garden, a 2-story waterfall, food kiosks, plenty of seating and a large pool fountain.
The facade of 1251 Avenue of the Americas includes thin strips of limestone positioned in a vertical fashion. This detail makes the skyscraper feel even taller, as the lines draw the eye up.
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