270 Park Avenue
Jp Morgan Chase Tower
New York, NY 10017
|Small||2,500 sqft||$15,208.33 /mo est|
|Medium||5,000 sqft||$30,416.66 /mo est|
|Large||10,000 sqft||$60,833.33 /mo est|
|Whole Floor||20,000 sqft||$121,666.66 /mo est|
- 0.2 mi🚇651st Street
- 0.29 mi🚇S456742nd Street-Grand Central
- 0.31 mi🚇EM53rd Street-Lexington Avenue
- 0.31 mi🚌New York Airport Service
- 0.33 mi🚗Alpha Garage
- 0.33 mi🚇EM53rd Street-5th Avenue
- 0.33 mi🚌bus m101
- 0.36 mi🚗Hippodrome Parking
- 0.37 mi🚇BDFM47th-50th Streets - Rockefeller Center
- 0.38 mi🚇75th Avenue
- 0.38 mi🚗Hippodrome Parking
- 0.46 mi🚇BDFM42nd Street - Bryant Park
- ArchitectSkidmore, Owings And Merrill LLP
- Walk Score®98
- Year Built1960
- Noise Index0.47
- Notable TenantsJP Morgan Chase
Completed in 1960, The JP Morgan Chase Tower is located on 270 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10007 by the corner of 48th Street and Park Avenue. The structure is quite large, features over 1,200,000 square feet in office space for lease, and stands tall at 52 floors. Although an older building, the structure was renovated in 2006 and now offers class A office space and support as well as a LEED-EB Platinum certification. Sitting in the heart of Times Square, this structure benefits from being in the vicinity of some of New York’s best amenities. There are literally hundreds of restaurants, bars, and cafe that surround 270 Park Avenue as well as easy access to the MTA’s green and blue subway lines. Its proximity to other office structures also located in Midtown make this an ideal building for an organization looking to be in the heart of a large business district. Such excellent placement adds a significant amount of value for the building’s tenants. Originally constructed as the headquarters for the Union Carbide company, the building has since become the headquarters for JP Morgan Chase. The building serves as the home of James Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase and features two pistols used in a duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr in 1804.
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