Built in 1929 and designed by Architect J.E.R. Carpenter, Jack Resnick & Sons purchased this building in 1976.
The modern, double-height lobby boasts a Portuguese limestone floor, Southern black granite and green marble walls and soaring wrap-around wood panels. An original bronze sculpture by renowned artist Henry Moore greets tenants and visitors as they enter. Recent infrastructure upgrades include new Energy Star, energy efficient windows, elevator control systems and a new cooling tower and chiller plant
With its prominent location at the corner of 52nd Street, the building rises 25 stories and offers sweeping Madison Avenue views. Located in the heart of New York's Plaza District, the building is steps away from Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, world-class Fifth Avenue shopping, Grand Central Station, and all major subway & surface transportation. The prominent tenant roster includes Standard Security Life Insurance, McKinsey & Company, American AGIP Company and Univision Communications. The famous Fresco by Scotto restaurant was first opened here, and remains a landmark.
*In process of LEED EB:OM Certification, anticipated 2014: LEED Silver
HENRY MOORE, GIRL SEATED AGAINST SQUARE WALL. 1958.