Containing a total of just under 4,000 total square feet of rentable office space and flexible-use space, this structure is set at 358 West 46th Street in the Hell's Kitchen area of New York. The building was constructed in 1920 and rises 4 stories above the ground.
Upon arriving at this low rise, tenants have the option to take the staircase up to the main entrance of the building or to take the separate entrance down into the lower level. The basement entrance is enclosed with glass for privacy.
Residential apartments fill the remaining floors of the structure. There are several over-sized operable windows on each story of 358 West 46th Street, and the vast majority of the units feature window air conditioners. The unique shape of the building gives the interior charm.
Public transportation users appreciate the fact that the entrance to the A, C, E, N, Q, R, W, S, 1, 2, 3 and 7 subway lines is just 2 blocks from the premises. This building has a prime location in Restaurant Row, which means there are a number of interesting establishments within walking distance.
Light-colored stone tiles cover the facade of 358 West 46th Street, giving the building a classic look. An ornate cornice caps this attractive building.
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