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259 W 30th St

Garment District, New York, NY

Features of 259 W 30th St

Total Size
90,174 sqft
Lot Size
0 acres
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About 259 W 30th St

This high rise is located in Midtown Manhattan, New York at 259 West 30th Street and was built in the year 1928. The mixed-use building contains 17 stories of rentable office space and a total of approximately 90,175 square feet.

Designed by Sugarman & Berger, this building is designed to accommodate professional tenants of all types. In addition to the bountiful structured office space, there is open loft space that is ideal for creative use and even a 70-seat performance theater within this structure.

Additionally, there is highly visible retail space on the lower levels of 259 West 30th Street. Awning signage is available to tenants, and the large windows make it possible for businesses to display decal signage. Should businesses desire, there is space for blade advertisement, as well.

Lincoln Tunnel is located just minutes from this property, and there are numerous public transportation lines within easy walking distance. Penn Station and the Hudson Yards Redevelopment Project within walking distance, as are numerous retail establishments, restaurants and other New York landmarks.

With polished stone tiles on the sidewalk level, smooth stucco on stories 2 through 4 and brick on the remaining 13 stories, 259 West 30th Street has an eclectic look. The upper stories of the building are highly decorated.

Companies at 259 W 30th St

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