1350 Avenue Avenue of the Americas is a Class A office building in the heart of the Plaza District in New York City. Located on the southeast corner of 55th Street and Sixth Avenue in Midtown, this SL Green owned office building is home to a vast array of tenants including Peter Schoenfeld Asset Management, Amazon, and KPMG (formerly Rothstein Kass). Spanning 35 stories and measuring 590,068 rentable square feet, the boutique floorplates are highly conducive to financial services firms such as hedge funds, investment banks and private equity firms. Though the building is currently 100% leased on a direct basis, there is a unique sublease opportunity that just hit the market for the partial 28th floor.
Offered for sublease from Gordon Brothers Group, the premises is about as efficient as an office space can get. Measuring just under 6,000 rentable square feet (5,820 to be exact (floorplan here)), the double corner unit is currently built with 12 glass-fronted offices, 2 conference rooms, wet pantry, reception area, and small open space for support. Though the term is relatively short, through May 30, 2017, this is the perfect space for any user seeking an office intensive installation and a short-term/flexible lease. Additionally, furniture and phones can remain in place for an incoming subtenant. Asking rent is $55.00 per square foot and possession is immediate.