Located on the corner of 47th Street and 5th Avenue, this magnificent Art Deco building was built by famed architects Warren and Wetmore, just before the Great Depression. Known as the ‘The World Diamond Tower’, many world famous jewelers call it home.
At 33 floors high, 580 5th Ave is an imposing feature on this iconic Manhattan Street. It was designed by the same architects responsible for Grand Central Station, Equitable Trust Building, the Ritz Carlton Hotel and the Biltmore Hotel. Built on top of an existing building, 580 5th Ave was one of the tallest buildings in New York upon completion in 1929 and remains an enduring and shining example of New York Art Deco design. It is favored for its sandstone façade and intricate stucco decorations.
Since the early 1950s, 580 5th Ave has represented Manhattan’s diamond district, with many of the world’s most prestigious diamond and gemstone retailers calling it home. Nowadays it is home to a range of commercial enterprises, including exclusive jewelers under the unmistakable blue awnings. Tenants of this imposing edifice benefit from an exclusive Midtown Manhattan address, panoramic views and easy subway access, not to mention proximity to major commercial and tourist attractions including Rockefeller Center, Broadway, Wall St and more. It is owned by the Glickman Organization.
580 5th Avenue is equipped with Stealth Gigabit Fiber Internet.