231 West 29th Street is a 15-story commercial office building in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood, situated on 29th Street between 7th and 8th Avenues. The building’s construction was completed in 1927. The 144,323-square-foot building is only two blocks south of New York Penn Station.
Penn Station is the busiest rail hub in the United States. It includes PATH trains and several subways, and helps more than 600,000 commuters reach their destinations every day. New Jersey Transit, Amtrak, and New York City buses also serve the station.
231 West 29th Street features a freshly renovated granite secure lobby and upgraded boilers. The well-attended entrance offers 24/7 access.
Other valuable amenities include two self-service passenger elevators and two manual freight elevators. The building also boasts high-speed internet access.
231 West 29th Street notable tenants include the American Caviar Company, graphic design firm über, inc., and coat shop the Fur Source.