633 Third Avenue
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Entire 13th Floor - 19,930 RSF
• Steps from Grand Central and the United Nations
• Extremely efficient center-core layout with four sides of windows
• Reasonable divisions considered
633 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10017
Soaring above its neighbors and marking the skyline with its distinctive façade, 633 Third Avenue is a classic Grand Central skyscraper that embodies the optimism of the post- war era. Completed in 1962, the Property was designed by the visionary architectural firm of Harrison and Abramovitz, creators of the United Nations, Lincoln Center and the Time & Life Building. The building was specifically tailored to the demanding corporate tastes of such early tenants as Merrill Lynch, American Airlines, and Mobil Oil. Clad in a gleaming coat of green-glazed fascia brick and tinted windows, the Property presents a modern façade that is both timeless and unique. This modern and distinctive image is reflected in the beautifully renovated lobby of marble, terrazzo, and stainless steel. This Offering represents the absolute cream of this magnificent 1,000,000 square foot icon, presenting a lucrative opportunity to acquire the upper nine floors of one of Grand Central's most impressive Class A office buildings.
Entire Easterly block front of Third Avenue between 40th & 41st Streets
Approximately 1,000,000 square feet
1962, designed by Harrison and Abramowitz
Commercial Condominium: floors 31 – 39 Time Equities, Inc. Other prestigious owners include First American Title Insurance Company, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Society, UNICEF owned by Art Omi, an affiliate of Time Equities Inc., and the Consulate General of Switzerland
Sandhurst Associates, a wholly owned independent subsidiary of Fisher Brothers
The two-story lobby, which was renovated in 1996, designed by Kohn, Pederson, Fox. Concierge leads into two 18-foot wide corridors providing access to a centrally located core containing the elevator banks.
Steel frame and concrete slab floors
Closed-circuit television surveillance through 8 cameras with 3 monitoring the lobby, 2 dedicated to the loading dock and 2 used in the concourse level. 24/7 attended lobby. All visitors are given guest passes.
50lbs per SF
Slab-to-slab heights are 11’-10”
Submetered with 6 watts per usable square foot connected load.
Base Building Hours: Provided weekdays from 8AM to 6PM.
Air Handling System:
Draw-through type located on the mechanical floors provide conditioned air to the unit supply mains.
Exterior Zones: Ducted air through ceiling diffusers and perimeter units. Ventilation is provided by both the perimeter induction units and primary air provided from the central air handlers.
Interior zone is distributed through ducted ceiling diffusers. Final room temperature control within the perimeter offices is achieved by a thermostatically controlled throttling valve. The temperature within internal spaces is controlled by the air temperature as set by the central building system.
Condenser water is pumped on a constant volume basis to the air handler cooling coils and to the secondary water heat exchangers.
There are numerous supplemental cooling devices including all of the LAN closets.
Eight (8) cabs service floors 25 – 40. Two (2) freight cabs. All elevators have a 4,000 lbs capacity.
Three (3) interior docks (30’ x 12’).
Men’s, women’s, and an ADA compliant bathrooms are located on every floor.
Life Safety System:
Class “E” Firecom 8500 system.
Over 5,000 SF of storage is available for lease in the basement of the Building.
There are many parking garages in the immediate area.
The Building is located eithin close proximity to Grand Central Station.