200 Park Avenue Office Spaces For Lease

Direct Office Spaces for Rent

$ / SF SF Monthly Rent
$ / SF SF Monthly Rent
$ / SF SF Monthly Rent
$92.00 44,000 $ 337,333 / month
# People $/Person
1-3 $2,000
4-8 $1,700
9-50+ $1,250
Enterprise $/Person
10-20 People -
Luxury- Top Building -
Medium – Good Buildings $1,300 -
Economy Loft buildings -
21-50 People -
Luxury- Top Building -
Medium – Good Buildings $1,150 -
Economy Loft buildings -
51-100 People -
Luxury- Top Building -
Medium – Good Buildings $ 950 -
Economy Loft buildings -

Nearby Office Spaces for Rent

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Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Park Ave & East 42nd Street Negotiable 3,000 Negotiable
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Park Ave & East 42nd Street Negotiable 5,000 Negotiable

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Lease Office 200 Park Avenue

Market Data for 200 Park Avenue

The Metlife Building, with the address 200 Park Avenue, has 58 stories overlooking Park Avenue. Finished in 1963 the property has a total of 3,143,291 square feet of Class A office space. Tenants who lease office 200 Park Avenue include CBRE with a lease for 127,771 square feet, Oppenheimer & Co. with a lease for 90,000 square feet, and Siguler Guff with a lease for 44,000 square feet, ect. 200 Park Avenue office rent provides impeccable access to many of New York City’s major transportation hubs, not even mentioning the Grand Central Terminal directly below. The 51st Street Transit Stop extends the 4 and 6 train line within 10 minutes walking distance of 200 Park Avenue. The 5th Avenue Bryant Park Transit stop extends the 7 train within 7 minutes walking distance of 200 Park Avenue.

Building History

200 Park Avenue, also known as the Metlife Building rises 58 stories above Grand Central with 3,143,291 square feet of Class A office space. 200 Park Avenue was finished in 1963 in the Modernist architectural style, and many believed the building to be quite large. The property stands on Park Avenue, subsequently blocking views down Park Avenue. The property would become synonymous with Pan Am, even bearing the name of the airliner when the corporation signed a lease for 15 floors of the building. With the demise of Pan Am the property would eventually come to bear the name of Metlife, thus, today the building is commonly referred to as the Metlife Building. 200 Park Avenue office rent has been desired not only for its location, but also for its views overlooking Midtown. Tenants lease office 200 Park Avenue are met with views of Manhattan as well as commuter convenience, not to mention the notoriety that comes from leasing an iconic building such as the Metlife Building.

Office Tenants Rented / Leased 200 Park Avenue
  • Siguler Guff leased 44,000 SF
  • MetLife leased 500,000 SF
  • Paul Hastings LLP leased 180,000 SF
  • Oppenheimer & Co. Inc. leased 90,000 SF
  • Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP leased 260,000 SF
  • CBRE leased 125,771 SF
  • Alexander Ferrini leased 1,050 SF

200 Park Avenue Property Overview

Bulding Address: 200 Park Ave
Bulding Name: MetLife Building
Building Alternate address(es): 200 Park Ave
Zip Code:10166
Neighborhood:Grand Central
Borough:Manhattan
Stories:58
Year Built:1963
Building Class:A
Block & lot:01280-9010

Public Transportation

Time and Distance from 200 Park Avenue New York, NY 10166
Transit / Subway Distance Walk
Grand Central-42 Street Transit Stop (4, 42 St Shuttle, 5, 6, 7) 0.4 mi 8 min
51 Street Transit Stop (4, 6) 0.5 mi 10 min
5 Avenue-Bryant Park Transit Stop (7) 0.5 mi 10 min
Lexington Avenue-53 Street Transit Stop (E, M) 0.6 mi 12 min
47-50 Streets-Rockefeller Center Transit Stop (B, D, F, M) 0.6 mi 12 min

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Office Rent 200 Park Avenue Average

Year $ / SF
2019 101.0
Year $ / SF
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