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141 W 28th St

Flatiron, New York, NY



Total Size
55,392 sqft 
Lot Size
0 acres 
Year Constructed
Year Renovated
Number of Buildings


Bikes Allowed
Onsite Parking
Close To Public Transit

About 141 W 28th St

This mixed-use building was erected in the year 1913 and rises 12 stories above the ground. The New York high rise is situated in the Midtown South neighborhood of Manhattan and has an address of 141 West 28th Street. There is both rentable office space and residential space in the structure.

Expansive awnings cover the picture-window storefronts on the ground floor of this building. The windows include ample room for decal signage or other advertisement material. Lighting is mounted above the first floor, which allows tenants to get exposure after dark.

While the lower 2 stories of 141 West 28th Street are dedicated to open commercial space, floors three through 12 are setup with residential tenants in mind. Units of all types enjoy high ceilings, large windows and lots of natural light.

A full sprinkler system is installed in the structure, for tenant safety. Separate entrances for the ground, upper and lower levels of the building allow tenants to retain some privacy from neighbors. In front of the building, there is both bike and vehicular parking.

A dark olive green facade, which is crowned by an ornate decorative medallion, meets very light-colored brick to give the exterior of 141 West 28th Street a nice, contrasting look.

Internet Providers for 141 W 28th St

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Lightower Fiber
10 Gb/s
10 Gb/s
Level 3 Communications Fiber
10 Gb/s
10 Gb/s
tw telecom Fiber
10 Gb/s
10 Gb/s
Cablevision/Lightpath Fiber
10 Gb/s
10 Gb/s
Cogent Communications Fiber
10 Gb/s
10 Gb/s
RCN Cable
1 Gb/s
25 Mb/s
Verizon New York Fiber
1 Gb/s
25 Mb/s
Time Warner Cable Cable
100 Mb/s
6 Mb/s
MegaPath DSL
50 Mb/s
50 Mb/s

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