Located within Midtown Manhattan, New York, this 6-story building has an address of 3 East 44th Street. The low rise was built in 1940 and contains a total of approximately 14,446 square feet of rentable office space and commercial space.
Perfect for businesses with demanding hours, 3 East 44th Street is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The structure is serviced by a single passenger elevator, for easy transport between the floors. While the structure is in good repair, the property's management team is set onsite to resolve any issues quickly.
The basement of 3 East 44th Street, as well as the first and second floors of the building, is setup as a popular restaurant. There is clear signage to designate the entrance of this area of the building. The remaining 4 stories are perfect for office space and are accessible via a separate doorway.
Grand Central Terminal, Bryant Park and New York Public Library are all just steps away from 3 East 44th Street. The pedestrian and vehicular traffic through the neighborhood is impressive, and there is a great amount of public transportation options in the area.
Both horizontal and vertical screen-like accents add character to the facade of 3 East 44th Street. Long lines of clear-glass windows accent the deep red brick that covers the facade.
|10 Gb/s: Lightower|
|10 Gb/s: Level 3 Communications|
|10 Gb/s: tw telecom|
|10 Gb/s: Cablevision/Lightpath|
|10 Gb/s: Stealth Communications|
|6 Mb/s: Time Warner Cable|
|50 Mb/s: MegaPath|
|1.5 Mb/s: Verizon New York|
New York City