This New York City building is located at 200 Park Ave., in Midtown East. Located next to historic Grand Central Terminal, this premier building is known as The MetLife Building. It was built as the Pan Am Building during construction in 1958-1963. It is deemed one of the fifty tallest buildings in the U.S. at 58 floors high with 3,140,000 square feet of rentable office space.
200 Park Ave. maintains a four-level parking garage that accommodates 248 cars, as well as direct access to Grand Central Terminal. Being in midtown Manhattan, tenants of this building are in close proximity to premier hotels, restaurants, and retail shops.
There are many on-site amenities for tenants and visitors to entertain themselves with--a health club, fine restaurants, shops of all sorts, ATMs, and a contingent child care facility, perfect for busy New Yorkers with young families!
200 Park Ave. boasts a state of the art security system, powerful enough to protect all of it’s tenants, the most notable include Dreyfus Corporation, Barclays, and Winston & Strawn to name a few. It is headquarters to Metropolitan Life Insurance Company.
This towering building features stunning architectural masonry with a raised quartz crystal facade, noticeable from many points in Manhattan, including the Empire State Building.
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