• Penthouse unit accessible via semi-private wood spiral staircase
• Open workspace + conference room
• Polished concrete flooring
• Wall of windows to provide an abundance of natural light
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Completed in 1910, 55 Fifth Avenue is a classic example of a pre-war modern office building. Its unique position as the southernmost office building on Fifth Avenue, combined with its height and oversized windows, allows for sweeping views of the city. The property is home to a variety of businesses and organizations.
The office tower portion of the building begins on the 12th floor and extends to the 18th floor, with stair access to the penthouse. These upper floors are serviced by three elevators and a private lobby midblock located on Fifth Avenue between 12th and 13th streets. The lower 11 floors of the building are owned and occupied by Cardoza School of Law, which has its own entrance on the corner of 11th Street and Fifth Avenue. The office tower is accessible 24/7 and its lobby is staffed at all times.
Nearby subway access: A-C-E, 1-2-3, 4-5-6, N-Q-R, PATH, and L trains gives the day population in Midtown South one of the easiest commutes in the city.