3 Times Square
3 Times Square, also known as the Thomson Reuters Building, is a state-of-the-art skyscraper built for Reuters. The Fox & Fowle Architects-designed tower opened in 2001 with views overlooking Times Square and the Hudson River. The façade features elaborate electronic signage in keeping with the Times...
40 Park Avenue
40 Park Avenue, located in Murray Hill, was designed by Emery Roth & Sons, built by the Rudin family, and opened in 1950.
41 Madison Avenue
Designed by Emery Roth & Sons and opened in 1974, 41 Madison is a modern glass and steel building overlooking Madison Square Park. The building is home to the New York Merchandise Mart, the city’s premier tabletop destination and a global center for the tabletop industry, along with other top firms...
55 Broad Street
55 Broad Street was designed by Emery Roth & Sons and opened in 1967. In 1995, it became the first fully wired office building in New York City, allowing tenants unprecedented connectivity. The lobby was fully renovated by Fogarty Finger in 2019.
80 Pine Street
Opened in 1960 and designed by Emery Roth & Sons, 80 Pine Street has a full-block footprint and floor plates that range from 15,000 to 60,000 square feet.
136 East 55th Street
136 East 55th Street, situated in the Turtle Bay neighborhood, was designed by Emery Roth & Sons, built by the Rudin family, and opened in 1956.
144 West 86th Street
Built by the Rudin family, 144 West 86th Street opened near Central Park in 1928. The building was designed by Jacob M. Felson, an architect known for his prewar designs across New York City. There are four gracious suites per floor.
215 East 68th Street
215 East 68th Street is a building built by the Rudin family, designed by Emery Roth & Sons and opened in 1962.
254 East 68th Street
Built by the Rudin Family, 254 East 68th Street was designed by Emery Roth & Sons and opened in 1974.
295 Central Park West
Located in the Upper West Side Historic District, 295 Central Park West overlooks Central Park. It was built by the Rudin family, designed by Emery Roth & Sons, and opened in 1940.
355 Lexington Avenue
355 Lexington Avenue, designed by Emery Roth & Sons, opened in 1959. This boutique tower is conveniently located two blocks from Grand Central Terminal.
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 is flanked by two National Historic Landmarks: the...
641 Lexington Avenue
641 Lexington Avenue was designed by Emery Roth & Sons and opened in 1964. The building offers prime retail spaces located on East 54th Street, right around the corner from Lexington Avenue.
Opened in 1989 and designed by Fox & Fowle Architects, 1675 Broadway is an Art Deco-style tower with a granite curtain wall façade. The retail spaces are located at the base of a 761,092 sf 35- story office tower anchored by Publicis Worldwide and Arent Fox LLP. Close proximity to times square, the...
The Greenwich Lane
Located in the Greenwich Village Historic District, The Greenwich Lane is a residential condominium developed by the Rudin family in partnership with Global Holdings. It is comprised of five buildings and five townhouses all connected by a central courtyard. FXFOWLE Architects designed the exteriors...
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