William H. Birkmire designed this 12-story high-rise structure, which was constructed in 1912. The building contains an abundance of rentable office space and ground floor commercial space and is set within the Midtown South area of New York at 43 West 24th Street.
With south-facing windows, the office spaces within this property are filled with natural light. Large picture windows on the lower portion of this building optimize this incoming light, while the operable windows that begin on the fourth floor bring in both light and fresh air.
Tenants of 43 East 24th Street have access to their units 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Two sets of double doors lead from the sidewalk into the structure, and once inside, guests are greeted by a newly renovated lobby.
Some of the enticing features of the units within the building include high ceilings of up to 13 feet, wood floors and direct electric through Con Edison. The property has an ideal location right off Broadway and is close to all major public transit lines.
The lower floors of 43 West 24th Street feature smooth stone with thick moldings around the windows and ornamentation around top of the third floor, where the facade turns to white-painted brick.
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