Your address: 667 Madison Avenue, Upper East Side, New York City

667 Madison Avenue, Upper East Side, New York, NY 10065, USA
4th and 5th Floors

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ABOUT FLOORS 4 AND 5, 667 MADISON AVENUE

ABOUT FLOORS 4 AND 5, 667 MADISON AVENUE

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

    • 667 Madison avenue soars at 25 stories high and overlooks Central Park. At the entrance, a ten-foot-tall bronze Statue of Liberty by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi greets visitors. 
    • The lobby features museum-quality artwork including a full-length portrait of George Washington by Gilbert Stuart and 16th Century Knights of Armour on permanent display. 
    • This building includes access to a gym and golf simulator – great activities for when on a lunch break.
    • All office spaces equipped with state-of-the-art luxury fit-outs
    • New York City's most exclusive shopping district is in close walking distance of this building.
    • Unbeatable Coworking spaces from $450/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: A 40-minute drive from LaGuardia Airport.
    A 60-minute drive from JFK International Airport.

  • Train station: E: 5th Avenue/ 53rd Street station.
    4, 5, 6: Lexington Avenue/ 59th Street station.

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