610 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10020 also known as the Rockefeller Center or La Maison Française, is a 272,613 sqft commercial office building that stands on the west side of Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan.
John D. Rockefeller built 610 5th Avenue in 1934 in honor of his father. The building was designed by a group of architects including Raymond Hood, who came up with the idea of rooftop gardens across the complex.
This low-rise block of buildings in the Art Deco style encompasses several public recreational spaces. You can enjoy a winter skating rink that converts into a summer outdoor cafe, the Channel Gardens, and underground retail arcades. Prominent tenants include Michael Kors, Concordia International, and the Pinkerton Foundation.
The building has direct subway access and is just a 9-minute walk from Grand Central Station and the Port Authority bus terminal. It is also convenient to PATH New Jersey trains and Penn Station. Nearby recreational spaces include Duffy Square, Channel Gardens, and Samuel Paley Plaza.
The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission awarded landmark status to all Rockefeller buildings, including 610 5th Avenue, in 1985.
– Attended Lobby
– 24/7 Access
– Owner/Leasing Manager – Rockefeller Center Properties Inc. Trust/ Tishman-Speyer Properties, Inc.
– Floors – 6
– Height – 66.46 feet
– Architects – Raymond Hood, Corbett Harrison & MacMurray, Lawrie, Lee, Godley & Fouilhoux Reinhard & Hofmeister
– Walk Score – 100
– Transit Score – 100
– Year Built – 1934
– Noise Index – 0.25