Ideally located in the heart of Midtown just steps from Grand Central, 237 Park Avenue is undergoing a striking metamorphosis, dramatically enhancing the way the property engages with Park Avenue and its surroundings. The transformation heralds a new era for the building, where connectivity to the 21st-Century workplace merges with Park Avenue’s cache as home to the highest concentration of financial, technology, legal and creative firms in the nation.
Total Building Area:
1,243,383 SQ FT
Typical Floor Size:
62,000 SQ FT
Up to 586,823 SQ FT available;
A contiguous block of 230,000 SQ FT
On-site Property Management
Ceiling Heights, Slab-to-Slab:
50 lbs./SF (Typ.) Live load for tenant floors
24 Hours/7 Days
Full-time uniformed security
Uniformed Concierge control the Lobby Desk 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
6 Watts per rentable square foot connected load for high voltage (277/480) on all floors.
One 600 kilowatt diesel powered generator for fire and life safety, and base building back up.
On-site management, internet-based tenant work order system and visitor processing system.
Each floor of the building is cooled by a combination of four (4) package units serving the core, and self-contained heat pump units offering individual control at the perimeter.
Heating is provided by Con Edison steam. Perimeter heat pump units offer individual control.
Four (4) cooling towers offer a total of 5,300 tons of condenser water for tenant supplemental air conditioning on a 24 hour/365 day per year basis. Tenant may purchase available condenser water at standard building rates.
All floors have access to the building’s fiber optics. The current telecommunications providers include Broadview Networks, Cogent, AT&T and Verizon. Time Warner is the cable provider.
Six (6) Low Rise Passenger: Lobby, 2nd–11th Floors
Six (6) High Rise Passenger: Lobby, 10th–21st Floors
One (1) Freight: Ground–21st Floors
Two (2) Escalators: Lexington Avenue–Lobby
Private. Access from ramp on East 45th Street.
Walton Street Capital
Moed de Armas & Shannon
Office Broker: JLL
Retail Broker: Newmark
The luminous 237 Park Avenue lobby and what will become Midtown’s latest fine-dining destination will form a block-through pedestrian walkway, creating a lasting impression. At Lexington Avenue, a re-emergent shopping district will host an array of renowned retailers welcoming refined tastes.