This New York low rise was constructed in 1924 and offers 4 stories of rentable office space. Total square footage within the structure is approximately 9,600 square feet. The property is set in the heart of Midtown South at 425 7th Avenue.
Each of the 4 floors within 425 7th Avenue contain 2,400 square feet of usable floor space. The ground floor of the building offers prime retail units with lots of signage space above each. Expansive glass storefronts and glass doors bring light into the units.
Approximately 40 feet of frontage is offered to tenants of 425 7th Avenue. All of the upper floors benefit from 11-foot ceilings. On the facade, there is a 3-story billboard that tenants have the option to rent out for additional income or to use for their own advertisement purposes.
With the fantastic location within Midtown, 425 7th Avenue is close to all subway lines and public transit options. Madison Square Garden and Penn Station are set right across the street from the property, and this brings tons of visitors to the area each and every day.
The exterior of 425 7th Avenue is mostly covered in colorful signage, though the exposed portions of the building are dark in color. Polished metal work and clear glass add to the contemporary look of the structure.
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