1095 Avenue of the Americas is the quintessential New York City skyscraper. With its classic, bold looks it subtly stands out amidst its peers. Although constructed in 1972, the edifice went through a huge renovation in 2009 in which the entire building was essentially recreated. Without displacing any tenants, 1095 6th Avenue’s original marble façade was scrapped in favor of more efficient energy efficient glass, all office space was upgraded from class B+ to class A, and many of its building managements systems were upgraded. All of this has resulted in energy cost savings of $1 per square foot. As it sits in Bryant Park, the building is located in the heart of midtown with access to a variety of restaurants, retail outlets, and subway lines. The result? A sleek, modern, and hugely efficient skyscraper that sits on some of Manhattan’s prime real estate.