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1040 Avenue of the Americas

 

1040 Avenue of the Americas - New York, NY

1040 Avenue of the Americas is a 24-story office tower situated in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, just steps from Bryant Park. The Art Deco designed tower recently underwent a full-scale modernization and façade restoration that has positioned it as a prime address in the increasingly popular area. A sleek new lobby and storefront add contemporary flare while remaining true to the building’s classic design. The building offers both upscale pre-built office suites and custom, built-to-suit spaces with floorplans ranging from 2,000 to 12,000 RSF. The building’s ground floor retail attracts top-tier tenants seeking maximum exposure in this premier location. Tenants enjoy the convenience of being located in the center of all of the City’s major transportation hubs with Grand Central Terminal, Penn Station and Port Authority Bus Terminal within a few minutes’ walk.

 

Tower at 20 West 55th Street

 

20 West 55th Street - New York, NY

Between the opulence of Fifth Avenue's shops and the grandeur of Sixth Avenue's corporate row is the epitome of boutique office buildings, the Tower at 20 West 55th Street. Conceptualized in the early 1980’s, upgrades including the recently completed installation of an elegant high-end lobby, place the Tower among the Plaza District’s most distinguished office complexes. Combined by a dramatic eight-story atrium, the elegant limestone townhouses and the modern 13-story tower blend nineteenth century elegance with the sophistication of a modern business environment.

 

 

The Rockefeller Townhouses

 

13-15 West 54th Street - New York, NY

13 and 15 West 54th Street are two identical 5-story mansions. Designed in the Beaux Arts Renaissance style by architect Henry Hardenbergh (of Plaza Hotel fame), in 1896, the Rockefeller Townhouses are known by the name of their most famous owner; John D. Rockefeller who called them home for nearly forty years. Constructed on a 50 foot wide parcel, the properties are a dominating presence with their twin limestone facades, ornamental engravings and curved sloops. So distinctive are the buildings that the facade and lobby interiors of the Rockefeller Townhouses have been designated a New York City landmark.

 

 

265 Madison Avenue

 

265 Madison Avenue - New York, NY

As Joseph and Harry Wilf’s first commercial acquisition in New York City, 265 Madison Avenue holds a special place in the heart of the Wilf family and the Skyline Developers portfolio. Situated on the prominent corner of Madison Avenue and West 39th Street, the 5-story office building with its built-to-suit sleek installations, has attracted several renowned medical firms and become a much desired site for tenants in the health and wellness sector. The building also draws first-rate retail tenants seeking visibility on the prime Midtown corner.  


 

  

41 Broad Street

 

41 Broad Street - New York, NY

Garden Homes and Skyline Developers developed 41 Broad Street as the home of the first private school in the Financial District. 41 Broad Street was bestowed the New York State Historic Preservation Award for outstanding rehabilitation of a distinguished lower Manhattan landmark by the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation in 2006. The renowned building is currently fully occupied by Léman Manhattan Preparatory School.