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  • Spectacular multilevel retail, located next to the building's 5th avenue entrance. Space contains
  • Space contains 5th Ave lobby store windows with 34' frontage along with 33rd street frontage of 27' and ceiling heights of 10'9"
  • All Observatory tourists, in excess of 4MM annually, pass the premises to exit Observatory.
  • Next to one of a kind Starbucks Reserve
  • Blue chip tenant roster, with over 15,600 workers in the building on a weekly basis.
  • 5.7MM square feet of residential within .05 miles.

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Fred C. Posniak

Empire State Realty Trust

fposniak@esrtreit.com

(212) 850-2618

5,219 SF

Empire State Building

350 Fifth Avenue

Suite 101

New York, NY 10118

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About the Building

About the Building

Empire State Building

The Empire State Building (ESB), located at Fifth Avenue between 33rd and 34th Street, is a fully modernized icon in the heart of Manhattan. The building underwent $600 million of capital improvements to create the ultimate environment within the World’s Most Famous Building to assist with employee recruitment, retention, and productivity.

ESB features over 65,000 square feet of amenities that include:

  • 15,000 square foot fitness center
  • 10,000 square foot, 400+ person all hands lounge, basketball & pickleball court, and two golf/VR simulators (opening 2023)
  • Private conference center on the 67th floor
  • Eight in-building dining options which include Tacombi and STATE Grill and Bar
  • The world’s only Starbucks Reserve with a full kitchen
  • Tenants at the Empire State Building also have access to The Campus amenities, including a new 150+ capacity rooftop at 1333 Broadway and 300+ capacity town hall and lounge at 1400 Broadway

The Empire State Building’s innovative deep energy retrofit work – supported by the Clinton Climate Initiative, Rocky Mountain Institute, Johnson Controls, and JLL – reduced the building’s total energy consumption by 40% and has led the building to receive an Energy Star rating of 86, placing it in the top 20% for energy efficiency among all buildings measured. The Empire State Building targets net zero carbon emissions by 2030.

ESB’s prestigious tenant roster includes LinkedIn, Shutterstock, JCDecaux, Priceline, Expedia, and Skanska. ESB is in the heart of the commuter triangle central to Penn Station, Port Authority Bus Terminal, PATH, Grand Central Terminal, steps from 15 subway lines, and a short walk to Bryant Park and Madison Square Park.

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About the Building

Empire State Building

The Empire State Building (ESB), located at Fifth Avenue between 33rd and 34th Street, is a fully modernized icon in the heart of Manhattan. The building underwent $600 million of capital improvements to create the ultimate environment within the World’s Most Famous Building to assist with employee recruitment, retention, and productivity.

ESB features over 65,000 square feet of amenities that include:

  • 15,000 square foot fitness center
  • 10,000 square foot, 400+ person all hands lounge, basketball & pickleball court, and two golf/VR simulators (opening 2023)
  • Private conference center on the 67th floor
  • Eight in-building dining options which include Tacombi and STATE Grill and Bar
  • The world’s only Starbucks Reserve with a full kitchen
  • Tenants at the Empire State Building also have access to The Campus amenities, including a new 150+ capacity rooftop at 1333 Broadway and 300+ capacity town hall and lounge at 1400 Broadway

The Empire State Building’s innovative deep energy retrofit work – supported by the Clinton Climate Initiative, Rocky Mountain Institute, Johnson Controls, and JLL – reduced the building’s total energy consumption by 40% and has led the building to receive an Energy Star rating of 86, placing it in the top 20% for energy efficiency among all buildings measured. The Empire State Building targets net zero carbon emissions by 2030.

ESB’s prestigious tenant roster includes LinkedIn, Shutterstock, JCDecaux, Priceline, Expedia, and Skanska. ESB is in the heart of the commuter triangle central to Penn Station, Port Authority Bus Terminal, PATH, Grand Central Terminal, steps from 15 subway lines, and a short walk to Bryant Park and Madison Square Park.

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