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250 West 57th Street

250 West 57th Street New York, NY 10019

Overview

Located just steps from the Time Warner Center, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Central Park, and Nordstrom’s flagship location, 250 West 57th Street comprises of 26 stories and 542,047 rentable square feet of modern office space. Office tenants include COOKFOX Architects (the first WELL Gold and LEED Platinum Certified space in NYC), Universal Music Group, GuildNet, ASCAP, and Mount Sinai.

The property is modernized for the 21st century which includes new Gensler designed lobby, elevators and storefronts; new windows, upgraded building-wide systems, including state-of-the-art electrical, plumbing, HVAC, and security. ESRT is the first portfolio in the Americas to be WELL Certified by the International WELL Building Institute. Additionally, ESRT is a Fitwel Champion, is 100% fully powered by renewable wind energy, earned the 2021 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Award, and has received Five Stars, an A rating, and a score of 94 from GRESB. As a leader in sustainability, energy efficiency, and Indoor Environmental Quality, ESRT can help your client meet its CSR and ESG goals (76% of our eligible portfolio is ENERGY STAR certified). ESRT supports these efforts with its own corporate ESG leadership and is publicly traded on the NYSE with a best-in-class balance sheet.

In-building retailers include HSBC Bank, Bank of America, AT&T, and T.J. Maxx.

The neighborhood offers every amenity including office services, shopping, dining, and lodging. 250 West 57th Street offers direct in-building access to the Time Warner Center/Columbus Circle subway station, along with street access to 11 subway lines and Turn-Style underground subway shopping concourse which feature grab ‘n go, dry goods and food market options.

directions

57th Street between Broadway and Eighth Avenue

year built

1921

architect

Carrere & Hastings

number of floors

26

rentable sq ft

542,047 rentable

floor plate size

9,200 - 27,000 rentable square feet

floor load

60 lbs. per square foot

ceiling height

10'6" slab-to-slab; 9'6" slab-to-beam

transportation

Direct in-building access to the Time Warner Center/Columbus Circle subway and 5 subway lines, with street access to 11 additional lines: A, C, B, D, 1, E, N, R, Q, W, F

connectivity & wifi

DAS and Wired Score Platinum

Our environmental sustainability program provides leadership and sets standards in innovation and technology. We focus on quantifiable improvement in energy efficiency, water efficiency, recycling, and waste diversion. ESRT’s cutting-edge work in energy efficiency, for the benefit of our tenants and the environment, is recognized worldwide.

Learn More in Our Sustainability Report

elevators

10 passenger, 3 freight

operating hours

8:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Monday - Friday, building access 24/7

electric

Submetered electric in all new spaces over 2,500 square feet

hvac

Cooling by a combination of air-cooled and water-cooled floor-by-floor package systems; air-conditioned common corridors; perimeter radiant heat; dedicated supplemental condenser water

access

24/7 security, visitor reception desk in the building

parking

Numerous parking garages located in the immediate vicinity

loading facilities

Freight entrance on Eighth Avenue

Sustainability at 250 West 57th Street

Green Scorecard

Goals

20% reduction in energy use by 2024

Walk Score

99

Transit Score

100

Bike Score

87

High Performance, Healthy Buildings

Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) improves employee health and productivity. We’ve created a program of industry-leading healthy suites to provide tenants with the opportunity to maximize their IEQ, employee recruitment and retention, and their bottom line.

WELL Health Safety Energy Star

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Availabilities

Fl

11

Suite

1100

Sq. Ft

26,129

Contig. Sq. Ft

Availability

Immediate

Fl

16

Suite

1600P

Sq. Ft

26,106

Contig. Sq. Ft

Availability

Fl

18

Suite

1814

Sq. Ft

2,264

Contig. Sq. Ft

Availability

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Amenities

Bike Room

    Explore 250 W 57th

    Rick Cook, Founding Partner of COOKFOX Architects LLP shares his experiences of being a long-term tenant of the modernized pre-war trophy building

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