375 Park Avenue

Designed in 1958 by legendary architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the Landmarked Seagram Building is an architectural masterpiece. Located on Park Avenue between 52nd and 53rd Streets in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, it is regarded as one of the world’s finest office properties, complete with an Executive Lounge and terrace and rotating art exhibitions on the Seagram Plaza and in the lobby.

A “Class A+” building with more than 820,000 rentable square feet, 375 Park has long been popular with financial service firms, law firms and Fortune 500 companies. The building houses a 150-car parking garage on the concourse level and is also home to the highly anticipated new restaurants by chefs Mario Carbone and Richard Torrisi.

RFR’s stewardship of this landmark trophy asset has included more than 1.3 million square feet of leasing activity at market-leading rents. RFR has dramatically improved the asset’s financial performance, more than doubling the property’s net operating income since acquisition.

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Building Information

Constructed
1956-1958

Architect
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Philip Johnson

Total SF
820,000

Floor Sizes
Floors 2-4: 39,000
Floors 5-10: 26,100
Floors 11-38: 15,700-18,200


Leasing Contact

AJ Camhi
212 308 0700
acamhi@rfr.com

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