450 Lexington Avenue Office Spaces For Rent

Direct Office Spaces for Rent

$ / SF SF Monthly Rent
$ / SF SF Monthly Rent
$ / SF SF Monthly Rent
$/Person
1-3 $2,000
4-8 $1,700
9-50+ $1,250
Luxury - Top Buildings
$/Person
10-20 People $1,700
21-50 People $1,600
51-100 People $ 1,500
Luxury - Top Buildings

Nearby Office Spaces for Rent

Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Lexington Ave & East 44th Street $ 62 1,800 $ 9,300
Lexington Ave & East 42nd Street $ 75 1,500 $ 9,375
Lexington Ave & East 44th Street $ 62 1,800 $ 9,300
Lexington Ave & East 42nd Street $ 75 1,500 $ 9,375
Lexington Ave & East 44th Street $ 62 1,800 $ 9,300
Lexington Ave & East 42nd Street $ 75 1,500 $ 9,375
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
E 45th St & Lexington Avenue $ 83 4,400 $ 30,433
E 42nd St & Lexington Avenue $ 51 4,000 $ 17,000
E 45th St & Lexington Avenue $ 83 4,400 $ 30,433
E 42nd St & Lexington Avenue $ 51 4,000 $ 17,000
E 45th St & Lexington Avenue $ 83 4,400 $ 30,433
E 42nd St & Lexington Avenue $ 51 4,000 $ 17,000
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Lexington Ave & East 42nd Street $ 78 17,900 $ 116,350
Lexington Ave & East 46th Street $ 68 8,700 $ 49,300
Lexington Ave & East 42nd Street $ 78 17,900 $ 116,350
Lexington Ave & East 46th Street $ 68 8,700 $ 49,300
Lexington Ave & East 42nd Street $ 78 17,900 $ 116,350
Lexington Ave & East 46th Street $ 68 8,700 $ 49,300

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Rent Office 450 Lexington Avenue

Market Data for 450 Lexington Avenue

450 Lexington Avenue rises 40 stories above Manhattan's Grand Central Neighborhood with 950,048 square feet of Class A office space. Further information on rent, lease, coworking or sublease office 450 Lexington Avenue includes the following. Coworking 450 Lexington Avenue does, indeed exist. For those considering rent office 450 Lexington Avenue the surrounding transportation hubs offer a number of commute options. 42nd Street Grand Central Terminal is within 4 minutes walking distance of 450 Lexington Avenue. The 51st Street Subway Station with service from the 4, 6 train line is within 7 minutes walking distance of 450 Lexington Avenue. The 5th Avenue Bryant Park Subway Station with service from the 7 train is within 8 minutes walking distance of 450 Lexington Avenue. Tenants who currently lease office 450 Lexington Avenue include StepStone, which signed a lease for 30,000 square feet, Warburg Picus, which signed a lease for 141,000 square feet, and Davis Polk, which signed a lease for 650,000 square feet of office space.

Building History

Construction of 450 Lexington Avenue finished in 1992. The construction of the building would incorporate the existing Grand Central Post Office into its facade, building in and through it, maintaining the structure of the original post office. The top floors of the building incorporate a diamond pattern. The facade is reminiscent of the Art Deco construction style, despite its construction in the early 1990’s. Tenants are drawn to lease office 450 Lexington Avenue, in part, due to the aforementioned reasons, which include the location and general nature of the property.

450 Lexington Avenue Property Overview

Bulding Address: 450 Lexington Ave
Building Alternate address(es): 450 Lexington Ave
Zip Code:10017
Neighborhood:Grand Central
Borough:Manhattan
Stories:40
Year Built:1992
Building Class:A
Block & lot:01280-0090

Public Transportation

Time and Distance from 450 Lexington Avenue New York, NY 10017
Transit / Subway Distance Walk
Grand Central-42 Street Transit Stop (4, 42 St Shuttle, 5, 6, 7) 0.2 mi 4 min
51 Street Transit Stop (4, 6) 0.3 mi 7 min
5 Avenue-Bryant Park Transit Stop (7) 0.4 mi 8 min
Lexington Avenue-53 Street Transit Stop (E, M) 0.4 mi 9 min
42 Street-Bryant Park Transit Stop (B, D, F, M) 0.6 mi 12 min

Map Location

Internet Providers at 450 Lexington Avenue

Internet Provider Technology Max Download Speed Max Upload Speed
Level 3 Communications Fiber 10 Gb/s 10 Gb/s
Cablevision/Lightpath Fiber 10 Gb/s 10 Gb/s
Cogent Communications Fiber 10 Gb/s 10 Gb/s
Office Tenants Rented / Leased 450 Lexington Avenue
  • Warburg Pincus leased 141,000 SF
  • Davis Polk leased 650,000 SF

Nearby Office Tenants Leased
  • Davis Polk leased 650,000 SF at 450 Lexington Ave
  • J. Walter Thompson leased 270,280 SF at 237 Park Ave
  • Simpson Thacher & Bartlett leased 162,341 SF at 425 Lexington Ave
  • Hunton & Williams leased 140,000 SF at 200 Park Ave
  • Overseas Shipholding Group Inc. leased 60,000 SF at 666 Third Ave
  • Nemec Agency leased 45,000 SF at 245 Park Ave
  • Novantas LLC leased 41,147 SF at 485 Lexington Ave
  • Aareal Bank leased 14,286 SF at 250 Park Ave
  • Drake Beam Morin leased 11,465 SF at 750 Third Ave
  • Marquis Jet Partners leased 10,000 SF at 230 Park Ave
  • Octagon Credit Investors leased 8,900 SF at 52 Vanderbilt Ave
  • Lewis Baach PLLC Kaufmann Middlemiss leased 3,867 SF at 405 Lexington Ave
  • David Kownacki PC leased 1,675 SF at 420 Lexington Ave
  • Douglas Altschuler leased 350 SF at 708 Third Ave

Nearby Retail Tenants Leased
  • The Donnell Library Center leased 13,124 SF at 485 Lexington Ave
  • Urban Space leased 10,000 SF at 230 Park Ave
  • HSBC Bank leased 7,237 SF at 250 Park Ave
  • Blake & Todd Restaurant & Caterers leased 2,900 SF at 52 Vanderbilt Ave
  • The Body Shop leased 1,800 SF at 420 Lexington Ave
  • Hello Pasta leased 1,800 SF at 708 Third Ave
  • Juan Valdez Caf leased 1,750 SF at 245 Park Ave
  • Ariston Florist leased 1,200 SF at 425 Lexington Ave
  • 750 Lobby Newsstand Inc. leased 800 SF at 750 Third Ave
  • Valley Shepherd 442 leased 300 SF at 151 East 43rd Street
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