200 West 57th Street is a 16-story office building on the corner of Seventh Avenue, erected in 1916. The tower, located directly across from Carnegie Hall, the midtown concert venue, is filled with boutique-type office spaces, and contains direct subway access in the lobby.
The Feil Organization, a family-owned, New York City-based real estate investment, development, and management firm, acquired the building in 2007 for $125.7 million. In February 1988, the building was designed a landmark.
Architect Cass Gilbert designed the building, also known as The Rodin Studios, as a residence for artists filled with double-height apartments. The double-height has since been floored in. The French Gothic-style buildings faade includes ornate terra cotta and brick masonry, designed to resemble running water. Between 1959 and 1968, the building was converted to offices.
In 2007, architecture firm Zaskorski & Notaro with engineering firm Robert Silman Associates painstakingly restored the exterior of the building. As of March 2015, Trattoria Dell Arte and Caf_ Metro were the buildings ground floor tenants. A third tenant is Arco Management Corporation, property management, real estate brokerage, consulting, and development services firm.
200 W 57th has Stealth Gigabit Internet fiber-optics installed throughout the building.