The building is located in the heart of midtown Manhattan on the East side of Park Avenue between East 52nd and 53rd Streets.
Completed in 1958, the structure stands at 38 stories high and was designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. It stands as one of the best examples of the functionalist aesthetic with its glass and bronze exterior.
The property features a broad elevated plaza along Park Avenue. The plaza, considered one of 375 Park’s definitive design features, includes symmetrically designed fountains and landscaping.
Convenient proximity to public transportation at both the Madison & 53rd Street and Lexington & 53rd Street Stations as well as Grand Central Station, where one can travel to a multitude of destinations by train and bus.
Overlooking Park Avenue, The Seagram Building boasts panoramic views of Manhattan.
You may find luxury shops nearby on Fifth Avenue, as well as the beautiful Waldorf Astoria and the historic St. Patrick’s Cathedral, all within walking distance.
35 minute drive from JFK International Airport
20 minute drive from LaGuardia Airport
45 minute drive to Newark Liberty International Airport
E and M trains at Lexington Avenue – 53rd Street station one block away
6 train at Lexington Avenue – 51st Street station one block away
M101, M102, M103 buses available on Lexington Avenue one block away
5 minute ride from Grand Central Station Uber & Lyft are also available 24/7
The Seagram Building is located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan with convenient access to Grand Central station and the finest luxury shops, hotels and restaurants the city has to offer.
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
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