A large commercial building enjoying a prime location on the iconic Lexington Avenue, 215 Lexington is a 21 floor structure, comprising 245,000 square feet. Built in 1964, 215 Lexington is home to a range of businesses and enjoys access to nearby gourmet dining, jazz clubs, boutique clothing stores and the famous Morgan Library.
Tenants currently occupying this prestigious Midtown address include National Review Magazine and University Urology Associates. Tenants benefit from 5 elevators, 24/7 access, subway access via the IRT Lexington line and proximity to New York's cultural and financial centers.
Lexington Ave was made famous by the classic 1955 movie 'The Seven Year Itch', in which Marilyn Munroe was featured above a subway grating with her dress billowing in the wind, representing arguably cinema’s most iconic image. The footage was shot on the corner of Lexington Ave and 51st Street.
Lexington Ave is home to various landmarks and architecturally significant buildings, including the world famous Chrysler building. In 1899, Lexington Ave saw the first arrest for vehicular speeding in New York.
215 Lexington Avenue has Stealth Gigabit installed throughout the building.