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32 Avenue of the Americas

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Description

32 Avenue of the Americas, designed by architect Ralph Thomas Walker, was built in stages between 1915 and 1932. Originally known as the AT&T Long Lines Building, this Art Deco tower features a landmarked façade and landmarked lobby with extensive mosaic murals by Hildreth Meière. After acquiring the building in 1999, Rudin retained Fox & Fowle Architects for a significant renovation completed in 2002. Floor plates range from 25,000 to 52,000 square feet and tenants enjoy views of the Empire State Building and Midtown, the Hudson River, East River, and Downtown.

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Information

Neighborhood

Tribeca

Square Feet

1,170,000 sq. ft.

Floors

27

Amenities

Terraces on select floors

Large, energy efficient windows

High ceilings

Heavy floor loading

Direct access to the A, C, E subway

Messenger center

Technology

WiredScore Certified Platinum

Nantum operating system

Abundant power, cooling, & generator capacity

Card key turnstile access

24/7 access

Mass Transit

Subway: 1, 6, A, C, E, J, N, Q, R, W, Z

Availabilities

Office/Retail

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RSF

Rent

Description/Notes

Floorplan

Office

P. 12

18,455 sq.ft

$79/sq.ft.

Floorplan

Contact

Office/Retail

Office

Floor

P. 12

RSF

18,455 sq.ft

Rent

Available Upon Request

Office

E. 26

25,844 sq.ft

$85/sq.ft.

Floorplan

Contact

Office/Retail

Office

Floor

E. 26

RSF

25,844 sq.ft

Rent

Available Upon Request

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