130 East 59th Street

Midtown East

New York, NY 10022

  • 9,440 sqft
  • inquire for pricing

Building Details

  • Owner/Leasing ManagerFederation of Jewish Philanthropies
  • Floors17
  • Height203 feet
  • ArchitectHyman Isaac Feldman; Swanke Hayden Connell Architects
  • Walk Score®100
  • Year Built1954
  • Noise Index0.53

Few buildings rival 130 East 59th Street in terms of location and amenities. The building itself features wall-to-wall windows, a beautiful and spacious lobby, and an incredibly modern feel. It was consturcucted in 1954 and stands 17 stories tall.
130 East 59th Street has a prime location in the heart of Manhattan. Just a few blocks from Grand Central and major MTA lines, arriving at 130 East 59th Street will be easy. For a lunch break, head over to Urbanspace Vanderbilt for an upscale food court experience.

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    Office space rental prices vary greatly based on location, building class, and lease terms and length. On the high end of the spectrum, Class A office space in the Plaza District or on Madison Avenue can cost $100 per square foot. Conversely, Class B office space for lease in the Garment District or near Grand Central Station goes for closer to $60 per square foot.

    In general, Midtown East submarkets are more expensive than the average asking rent for NYC office space $72 per square foot, or the average Brooklyn office space rent of $42 per square foot.

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    The borough of Manhattan south of Central Park is traditionally divided into Midtown, Midtown South, and Lower Manhattan. Midtown East is the Eastern half of Midtown that is bordered by Fifth Avenue to the west, the East River to the east, 59th St. to the north, and 42nd Street to the south. The area is home to the Chrysler Building, Rockefeller Center, and the United Nations Headquarters, and visitors will notice a lot of areas that look familiar because they’ve appeared on postcards and in TV shows.

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    Madison Avenue: Madison Avenue, one of the most well-known streets in America, is home to some of the nation’s most influential businesses. Named after the United States’ fourth President, James Madison, Madison Avenue is clean, beautiful, and graffiti-free. Though no longer the center of the advertising world, Madison Avenue is still an area in high demand.

    Plaza District: The Plaza District houses some of the most premier commercial real estate in NYC. A 10% vacancy leaves potential tenants with plenty of options to join the district’s current tenants, which include Colgate-Palmolive, Bloomberg, and NBC Studios.

    Park Avenue: Park Avenue, originally called Fourth Avenue, houses some of the nation’s most expensive real estate, and some of NYC’s richest CEOs live there. Fortune 500 companies such as Citigroup, Mutual of America, JP Morgan, and Metlife have Park Avenue addresses from here.


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