Your address: 375 Park Avenue, Midtown East, New York City

The Seagram Building, 375 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10152, USA
26th Floor

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ABOUT FLOOR 26, 375 PARK AVENUE

ABOUT FLOOR 26, 375 PARK AVENUE

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

    • The Seagram Building is located in the heart of midtown Manhattan alongside exclusive luxury shops, hotels and St. Patricks Cathedral.
    • The property features definitive and symmetrical designs including a broad elevated plaza along Park Avenue surrounded by fountains and landscaping.
    • This building stands at 38 stories high, boasting panoramic views of Manhattan.
    • The Seagram Building is highly convenient to public transportation - being close to Madison & 53rd Street Lexington & 53rd Street, and Grand Central Station.
    • This beautiful and well-designed structure stands as one of the best examples of the functionalist aesthetics with its glass and bronze exterior.
    • Unbeatable Coworking spaces from $400/month. Virtual Offices available from $169/month
    • Impressive boardrooms, meeting rooms, exclusive pantry- premium serviced offices in New York City
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LOCATION DETAILS:

  • Airport Access: 20 minute drive from LaGuardia Airport. 35 minute drive from JFK International Airport.

  • Subway: E and M trains at Lexington Avenue/ 53rd Street station one block away. 6 train at Lexington Avenue/ 51st Street station one block away.

  • Bus:M101, M102, M103 buses available on Lexington Avenue one block away

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