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251 Park Ave S

Flatiron, New York, NY

Features of 251 Park Ave S

Total Size
120,000 sqft
Lot Size
0 acres
Year Constructed
Year Renovated
Number of Buildings
Freight Elevator

About 251 Park Ave S

Prewar, this commercial building was completed in 1909. There are 16 stories above the busy New York street line and a total of approximately 120,000 square feet of rentable office space within the structure. The property is situated at 251 Park Avenue in Midtown Manhattan.

With retail space on the ground floor, 251 Park Avenue caters to any number of uses. There are large windows along the street to bring in natural light. A separate entrance leads to the building's modern lobby, in which there are two passenger elevators and two freight elevators.

Throughout 251 Park Avenue, tenants enjoy the airy feel that 12-foot ceilings provide; however, the upper floors of the structure have ceilings that reach up to 16 feet. The large panes of glass bring in fantastic views over the busy street below.

There are several long-term tenants in this building, which ensures stability, and one of these is the bank branch on the ground level. The property has a fantastic location that is less than a block west of Gramercy Park. Because of the mixed nature of the neighborhood, 251 Park Avenue is suitable for residential or commercial use.

The facade of 251 Park Avenue is covered in light stone tiles. Windows of several shapes add visual appeal to the building.

Internet Providers for 251 Park Ave S

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10 Gb/s: Level 3 Communications Fiber
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10 Gb/s: Cablevision/Lightpath Fiber
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25 Mb/s: RCN Cable
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25 Mb/s: Verizon New York Fiber
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6 Mb/s: Time Warner Cable Cable
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50 Mb/s: MegaPath DSL
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