Rising 3 stories above the busy New York street line, this commercial building contains an abundance of rentable office space. The structure is located in the Garment District of Midtown Manhattan at 612 8th Avenue and was built in the year 1925.
Each floor of 612 8th Avenue is covered in large panes of glass that stretch nearly from the floor to the ceiling. Because the glass of the units is only slightly tinted, plenty of natural light floods the spaces and customers can see in from the street.
Signage space is abundant on the facade of 612 8th Avenue. Not only is there room above each of the units, some blade signage space is offered, as well. Tenants also have the option to hang fluorescent lights and decal signage in the large picture windows.
There are an abundance of stores and restaurants within close proximity to 8th Avenue, and this brings a ton of foot and vehicular traffic to the street every day. Times Square, the Port Authority and the NY Times Building are all set within walking distance of the property.
Light tan brick covers the facade of 612 8th Avenue. The brick is laid in decorative patterns along the top of the building, and all of the window frames and metal work are black. The combination is classy and eye-catching.
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