450 10th Avenue
New York, NY 10018
- 31,139 - 46,263 sqft
- $158,289 - $235,170 /mo est
|42nd Floor - Suite||31,139 sqft||$158,289 /mo est|
|41st Floor - Suite||31,561 sqft||$160,435 /mo est|
|40th Floor - Suite||31,986 sqft||$162,595 /mo est|
|39th Floor - Suite||32,410 sqft||$164,750 /mo est|
|38th Floor - Suite||32,818 sqft||$166,824 /mo est|
|37th Floor - Suite||33,243 sqft||$168,985 /mo est|
|33rd Floor - Suite||33,512 sqft||$170,352 /mo est|
|36th Floor - Suite||33,665 sqft||$171,130 /mo est|
|35th Floor - Suite||34,090 sqft||$173,290 /mo est|
|22nd Floor - Suite||45,513 sqft||$231,357 /mo est|
|21st Floor - Suite||46,263 sqft||$235,170 /mo est|
- 0.19 mi🚇734th Street - Hudson Yards
- 0.27 mi🚌Mega Bus
- 0.34 mi🚌Penn Station
- 0.34 mi🚇ACE34th Street - Penn Station
- 0.46 mi🚇New York Penn Station
- Walk Score®94
- Noise Index0.41
- LEED® CertificationGold
Standing 12 floors high in the heart of Chelsea, 450 10th Avenue features glass panneling and a sleek modern architectual feel. The building was constructed in 1947.The area surrounding 450 10th Avenue has evolved quite a bit over the past few years. Attractions such as Chelsea Market and the Whitney Museum speak to the areas culture and diversity. Recently, Chelsea has also become home to a number of high-fashion boutiques, such as Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, and Christian Louboutin. 450 10th Avenue leaves little to be desired, with close proximity to New Yorks best restaurants and shops, the High Line, Chelsea Park, Penn Station, and MTA lines 1, 2, A, C, and E.
Chelsea, known for its rich culture and diversity, is also a blooming center for business in Manhattan. Anchored by Google and Twitter's considerable presence, Chelsea has experienced a real estate boom as both established companies and startups have migrated westward for Chelsea office space.
The Chelsea neighborhood is a favorite of both locals and tourists alike, thanks to New York institutions like the High Line, a mile-long park on a disused elevated railroad, and the newly-relocated Whitney Museum. Mere steps away, Chelsea Market is home to some of New York's best artisan fare, making it a dream lunch destination. And of course, its sibling Meatpacking District lends plenty of nightlife options. Its proximity to the Hudson River also makes it both bike-friendly and highly walkable.
The average rent in Chelsea currently sits at a moderate average of $61/sq. ft, relative to the city average of $72/sq. ft - a big reason it's attractive to companies of all shapes and sizes.