675 3rd Avenue, New York, NY 10017, is known as the Xerox building. It resides in the Turtle Bay neighborhood of New York City, and is an office-only, Class A building with 342,000 sqft of space and sits on an 18,578 square foot lot.
Designed by famed architect Emery Roth & Sons and completed in 1966, it has an assessed market value of $111.4 million. Prominent tenants include Douglas Elliman, Bank of America, the Permanent Mission of Belize to the United Nations, and Staples.
675 3rd Avenue, under the Durst Organization’s management, underwent a recent $30 million redevelopment, featuring an upgraded entrance and lobby, updated windows, a new plaza, new elevator cabs, and a zinc-green wall for energy efficiency.
The property is near the United Nations Headquarters, Grand Central Station, and less than half a mile from the nearest police station. The nearby 42nd Street station provides access to the 4, 5, 6, 7, and S trains, and there are many bus lines nearby that stop for commuters. Drivers can use the Queens-Midtown Tunnel from Long Island or FDR Drive along the East River.
· Attended Lobby
· 24/7 Access
· Owner/Leasing Manager – The Durst Organization
· Floors – 32
· Height – feet
· Architects – Emery Roth & Sons
· Walk Score – 26
· Transit Score – N/A
· Year Built – 1966