Your address: 1330 Avenue of the Americas, Midtown, New York City

1330 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10019, USA
23rd Floor

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ABOUT FLOOR 23, AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS

ABOUT FLOOR 23, AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS

The BEST flexible workspace in the world, taking into account aesthetics, wifi capabilities, location, and community.

    • 1330 Avenue of the Americas was built in 1965, and designed by Emory Roth & Sons Architects
    • It is a spectacular high rise building in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, located between 53rd and 54th Streets
    • The tower hosts tenants such as Knoll, Silvercrest Asset Management Group, Artisan Partners, Fubo TV, Apple Bank, and RXR Realty.
    • Central Park and Rockefeller Center are conveniently a 5-minute walk away.
    • The building is located right next to the Museum of Modern Art – a very large and intriguing attraction.
    • Unbeatable Coworking spaces from $350/month. Virtual Offices available from $149/month
    • Impressive boardrooms, meeting rooms, exclusive pantry- premium serviced offices in New York City
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LOCATION DETAILS:

  • Airport Access: 30-minute drive to JFK International Airport. 35-minute drive to LaGuardia Airport

  • Subway: 3 minute walk to 7th Avenue stop, B, D, or E trains. 5 minute walk to 5th Avenue/53 Street stop, E or M trains.

  • Bus station:Only 1-minute walk to the bus stop at 6th Avenue corner of West 53rd Street

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