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29 W 47th St

Midtown West, New York, NY
Total Size
58,996 sqft
Year Constructed

About 29 W 47th St

Built in 1930, the 16-story "Bond Building" at 29 West 47th Street in the Diamond District is located just a short walk from New York's famous St. Patrick's Cathedral and Rockefeller Center. Suitable for companies from the jewelry industry who are looking to rent office space with excellent security, this property is an Art Deco gem.

Located between Avenue of the Americas and 5th Avenue in Midtown West, 29 West 47th Street is very convenient for commuters, who have access to New York's transit lines 7, 7X, B, E, D, F, M, N, Q and R within a short walk.

New York's Diamond District attracts the most affluent shoppers and the most discerning office tenants, who require high security as well as luxurious showrooms and offices. 29 West 47th Street was originally designed for Allan Bond, a successful cotton broker, but has since housed many tenants from the diamond industry.

Close to public transit, world-class shopping and dining, 29 West 47th Street in New York couldn't be more convenient.

The three aluminum panels that grace the facade on the second floor of 29 West 47th Street in New York display a sunburst design so typical of the Art Deco era.

Companies at 29 W 47th St

H and B Digital Electronics Store Store

Internet Providers for 29 W 47th St

Provider Technology Max Download Speed Max Upload Speed
Level 3 Communications Fiber
10 Gb/s
10 Gb/s
Cablevision/Lightpath Fiber
10 Gb/s
10 Gb/s
Stealth Communications Fiber
10 Gb/s
10 Gb/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

The Market: New York City

The typical asking rate per listing is in the $60's per square foot per year. The New York City region is experiencing a decrease in rates. In the last 3 months, the median rate decreased $5 per sqft per year. That's a 8% decrease in rent.

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