September 22, 2021

Lance Leighton

Founder –
New York State Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Call 516-557-1160

The watchmaker’s office is perhaps one of NYC’s finest, and a subtenant will be very lucky to inherit their expertly designed digs and furniture.

Audemars Piguet is unquestionably recognized as one of the most luxurious brands in the world.  Known for their fine timepieces and haute horology for decades, the company is synonymous with quality, craftsmanship, cachè and timeless style.  Accordingly, it’s no surprise that their American headquarters & executive offices reflect all of these traits, which they are trying to sublease.

Executive Offices and Open Pantry

Located at 135 East 57th Street (which is best known to most for its cameo in Spider Man and being the curved building on the corner of 57th Street and Lexington Avenue), AP has been a tenant in the building for quite a bit of time.  After moving to a higher floor in the building only several years ago, they are now looking for a new home after sparing no expense constructing, designing and furnishing the premises.  Boasting finishes such as glazed concrete, painted brick, marble, exposed ceilings, customized millwork and a tremendous amount of glass to showcase the views (including Central Park) – this is without a doubt one of the nicest installations within its size range in all of  Manhattan.  Measuring 6,850 rentable square feet, this unique FULL FLOOR OPPORTUNITY is currently built with two glass fronted offices, one large boardroom, a smaller breakout room, café style pantry, open area for +/- 24 people, and private restrooms.  As a result, this space is ideal for just about any user, including a hedge fund, private equity firm, family office or investment bank – FLOORPLAN.  The term is through August of 2028 and possession is immediate.  Click here to contact us for the asking rent and be sure to check out the video and additional pictures of the space below.



Elevator Vestibule and Executive Office



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