Situated between West 42nd and 43rd, this impressive high-rise is located at the epicentere of New York City and is an impressive part of the Manhattan skyline. Its 60 floors reach 213 meters, making it one of New York's tallest buildings. Designed by renowned architects Shreve, Hardon and Lamb, 500 5th Ave was opened in 1931 in the immediate aftermath of the Wall Street crash. Designated a New York landmark in 1941, it was the original transmitter point for New York City FM radio station. It is situated next to Bryant Park and enjoys an enviable location in Midtown West with easy access to New York's cultural and business hotspots.
Served by Times Square and Grand Central terminal subway stations, tenants enjoy easy commuting access to all areas of New York City. Its central NYC location and 213 meter stature provide spectacular views. To the North, tenants can see the Rockefeller Center and Central Park, the Chrysler building to the East, the Empire State Building to the South and the Hudson River to the West.
Managed by Cushman & Wakefield, 500 5th Ave is a commercial high-rise home to a variety of businesses, including clothing retailer Zara on the ground floor.
500 5th Ave is equipped with Stealth Gigabit internet throughout the building.