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475 Sixth Avenue

West Village, New York City, NY

Features of 475 Sixth Avenue

Total Size
62,772 sqft
Lot Size
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About 475 Sixth Avenue

This building was completed in the year 1959 and is considered a low-rise building, with 6 stories above the ground. Rentable office space fills the ground level of this structure, and there are co-op apartments on the upper floors. The property is located in the Greenwich Village area of New York at 475 Sixth Avenue.

Enjoying a prime corner position in Lower Manhattan, this building is in a busy location that sees lots of traffic each day. Commercial tenants have no shortage of exposure to passersby, with over 100 feet of street frontage on Sixth Avenue and nearly 100 feet on 12th Street.

Operable windows are found in the residential units of the upper 5 floors of 475 Sixth Avenue, and this allows tenants to enjoy both fresh air and sunlight. All three of the large retail units on the ground floor have expansive glass storefronts and a light and airy feel.

Accessing the upper floors is never an issue, as tenants have the option to use either the stairs or the elevator. High ceilings are a predominant feature in all of the units of this building. Other features include individual air conditioning units and fire escapes.

Simple and clean in design, 475 Sixth Avenue features an unadorned red brick facade. The building is split into to distinct sections, with the middle portion being recessed for distinct separation.

Internet Providers for 475 Sixth Avenue

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10 Gb/s: Lightower Fiber
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25 Mb/s: Verizon New York 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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The Neighborhood: West Village

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