This 1920s building is considered a low rise, as there are only 5 stories above the street line. Though designed for mercantile use, rentable office space, commercial space and residential space is equally comfortable in the structure, which is set at 4 West 28th Street in New York's Midtown.
With a prominent corner location at a lighted intersection, this mixed-use structure enjoys exposure from multiple angles. Commercial tenants have the option to hang custom signage or an awning above the ground floor to fully advertise their businesses to passersby.
Penn Station is within easy walking distance of this building, and parking is offered on both sides of the street in front of 4 West 28th Street, as 28th Street is a one-way street. Multiple bus stops are set just minutes from the property.
The structure features many operable windows, and tenants have the option to open them up and allow the sounds of the busy town below to fill their units. Other features of the interior include a full basement for storage and high ceilings in all the spaces.
The original red brick facade of 4 West 28th Street is partially painted, though in many areas, the brick is exposed. Archways above some of the windows add historic significance to the architecture.
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