This property contains 5 stories of rentable office space and also offers retail space and residential space. The building contains approximately 42,000 total square feet of Class C space and is set at 168 5th Avenue in the Flatiron District of New York.
Historic details abound in this 1940 building. Some of the most significant features include exposed brick walls, pressed tin ceilings and oversized windows. The spaces within 168 5th Avenue are flooded with natural light and include open, efficient floor plans.
There are separate entrances to the retail spaces on the ground floor, and each unit includes facade advertisement space. A central double-door entry takes tenants to the units on the upper floors. Throughout 168 5th Avenue, polished wood floors and track lighting give an attractive look.
Multiple New York landmarks, such as Madison Square Park, Eataly and the Flatiron Building, are set within easy walking distance of 168 5th Avenue. Ideal for the commercial tenants, this building is set in a great retail area of Manhattan.
Pillars flank each side of 168 5th Avenue and separate the center of the building. While the facade is mostly smooth on the lower floors, the upper portion of the exterior is constructed of brown brick.
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