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350 Lexington Ave

Midtown, New York, NY

Features of 350 Lexington Ave

Total Size
60,000 sqft
Lot Size
0 acres
Year Constructed
Year Renovated
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About 350 Lexington Ave

Located just a ten minute walking distance from New York's Grand Central Station, the 11-story building at 350 Lexington Avenue provides companies hoping to rent office space in Midtown with superb partial floor opportunities.

Built in 1923, the classic commercial corner building at 350 Lexington Avenue in Midtown comprises of a total size of 60,000 square feet, boasting Bloom's New York Deli & Restaurant on the ground floor. The building's amenities include one freight and one passenger elevator and tenants have 24/7 access.

New York's commuters are just a short walk from subway trains 4, 5, 6, 6X, 7, 7X and S, when they work at 350 Lexington Avenue. This area also boasts an abundance of amenities like fitness centers, restaurants, groceries, delis, banks, restaurants and cafes.

Local tenants include Delmonico Cafe, Yogurt Culture Company, Pax Wholesome Foods and Cipriani Le Specialità. The area is swarming with commuters, but also with sightseers who come to explore the historic commercial area surrounding Grand Central Station.

Featuring a classic dark brown brick facade with Art Deco architecture, 350 Lexington Avenue represents a great opportunity to do business in New York's vibrant Midtown.

Companies at 350 Lexington Ave

Bloom's Deli Restaurant Store Meal Takeaway Food

Internet Providers for 350 Lexington Ave

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10 Gb/s: Lightower Fiber
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10 Gb/s: Level 3 Communications Fiber
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10 Gb/s: Cogent Communications 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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1.5 Mb/s: Verizon New York DSL
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