1177 Avenue of the Americas
Overview: 1177 Avenue of the Americas
Prominently situated in the heart of Midtown, 1177 Avenue of the Americas stands as a Class A building of extraordinary stature and boasts a prestigious tenant roster including Kramer Levin, Bank Hapoalim and Practising Law Institute.
The uncompromising quality of 1177 Avenue of the Americas is beautifully expressed in the recently renovated lobby which includes new turnstiles, limestone walls, lighting, artwork, and upgraded elevator mechanical systems. The 47-story tower includes floor plates ranging from 9,900 - 33,900 square feet.
Located between 45th and 46th Streets, 1177 Avenue of the Americas is in proximity to 14 subway lines, Port Authority Bus Terminal, Grand Central Station, and Penn Station. The building is within waking distance to Rockefeller Center, Times Square and Bryant Park. 1177 contains robust infrastructure, including four back-up generators for tenant stand-by power and a new cooling tower for tenant supplemental air.
1177 6th Ave, New York, NY 10036
Swanke Hayden Connell Architects
1992, renovated 2013
47 Floors / 692 feet
1,000,000 square feet
Floors 2-6: 27,000-33,600rsf
Floors 7-31: 23,900-25,000rsf
Floors 32-42: 14,900-15,375rsf
Floors 43-46: 11,644rsf
Floor 47: 9,960rsf
Dramatic 60 feet-high
Slab-to-slab: 12' 9"
HVAC: condenser water system with 24/7 capacity
Generator: 4 standby generators for tenant back up, each generator is 1650kw with a tenant allowance of 3.5wsf for generator back up
Six passenger cars per floor
Level 3 Communications
Metropolitan Fiber Systems
Lobby desk attended by security personnel 24/7
Access via turnstiles and ID card system
Security cameras throughout
Floor to ceiling glass
Kramer Levin Naftalist & Frankel LLP
Practising Law Institute
1177 Avenue of the Americas offers a location that is convenient to everything. Major transit hubs such as Grand Central Terminal, extraordinary dining, fine hotels, art and entertainment are all minutes away.
Located between 45th and 46th Streets, 1177 Avenue of the Americas is in proximity to 14 subway lines, Port Authority Bus Terminal, Grand Central Station, and Penn Station. The building is within walking distance to Rockefeller Center, Times Square and Bryant Park.