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560 Lexington Avenue


560 Lexington Avenue was designed by The Eggers Group and opened in 1981. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill redesigned the lobby, plaza, elevators, and subway entrance, all crafted from limestone, white granite, and stainless steel. This Plaza District tower, with floor plates ranging from 18,000 to 21,000 square feet, is flanked by two National Historic Landmarks: the General Electric Building and St. Bartholomew's Church.

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Square Feet

380,000 sq. ft.




Covered pedestrian plaza

Direct entrance to Lexington Avenue subway

Street-level retail

Messenger center


WiredScore Certified Gold

Nantum operating system

Card key turnstile access

24/7 access

Destination dispatch elevators in progress

Distributed antenna system (DAS) in progress

Mass Transit

Subway: 6, B, D, E, F, M

Northern entrance to Grand Central Terminal

Office Availabilities

No current availabilities.

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