New York: 667 Madison Avenue

4th and 5th Floor, New York, NY 10065, USA
667 Madison Avenue, Midtown

Coworking at 667 Madison Avenue

 

 

Business winners need:

Interact with a community of likeminded imagineeers
To never miss a vital call
Access to a community of over 40,000 imagineeers to collaborate with, buy from, sell and socialize with
Printing capability from every desk & IT Help instantly
Receptionist when needed
High-speed Wi-Fi
Secretaries available
1-month security deposit & Global Network

 

 


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About 667 Madison Avenue

667 Madison Avenue is widely acknowledged as Manhattan’s finest boutique office building. This majestic building sits at the corner of 61st Street and Madison Avenue in the center of New York City's most exclusive shopping district. 

Soaring 24 stories, with 273,114 square feet, this magnificent building is sheathed with a granite facade enhanced by a decorative limestone trim.

 

Its detailed design offers unusually high ceilings with superb finishes. The building's proximity to New York City's abundant transit options as well as its fine and abundant dining couples with chic boutiques; sophisticated health clubs join urbane hotels. Transit ease and area amenities are irresistible to executives and advantageous in recruiting.

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Airport

17 miles (27km) from John F.Kennedy
7 miles (11km) from LaGuardia
19 miles (31km) from Newark



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Subway

N, R, W – 5th Avenue Station, Lexington Ave/59th Street Station
E – 5th Avenue/53rd Street

About the area

Within 5 minutes walking distance:

• Central Park
• Apple Store
• Bergdorf Goodman
• Four Seasons Hotel
• Loews Regency
• The Plaza Hotel
• The Metropolitan Club
• New York Athletic Club
• Bloomingdale’s
• Alice’s Tea Cup
• Fig & Olive
• Starbucks
• Chase Bank
• Capital One Bank
• Citibank



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