200 Park Avenue South, also known as the Everett Building, is located at East 17th St in Manhattan’s Union Square. The 16-story commercial building was constructed in 1903 and was designated an official New York City landmark in 1988. With 24/7 access, a renovated lobby, convenient proximity to a wide range of local amenities, and more, this building is a highly desirable location for NYC businesses to set up their offices. It houses quite a few tech companies and is one of the city’s most impressive and iconic buildings.
The building looks out onto Union Square Park, where local employees can enjoy their lunch or coffee breaks on sunny, temperate days. Gramercy Park is also a short walk away. Local eateries include Breads Bakery, Wok to Walk, Union Square Cafe, and L’Express. For commuting, head to the Union Square Station to access the 4, 5, 6, N, Q, R, W, and L trains. Other key local amenities that make after-work errands easy include Whole foods, Walgreens, Best Buy, and Trader Joe’s.