6th floor 19,500 sf
27th floor 24,600 sf
31st floor 24,600 sf
32nd floor 24,600 sf


Uniquely shaped, strikingly positioned and glistening with reflective glass, 101 Park Avenue makes an impressive statement on the Manhattan skyline. It is a statement of quality, importance and distinction.

The architectural design draws the focus to the corner of Park Avenue and 40th Street, where an expansive granite plaza eases the cityscape. The dramatic fountain and quiet seating area encourage you to linger. The entry to 101 Park Avenue features massive granite columns which frame the stunning five-story skylight. Polished steel doors welcome you to the lobby and, above it all, the tower shimmers in the changing light.


The interplay of copious light, granite walls and surrounding polished glass in 101 Park Avenue’s lobby creates a space both elegant and visually interesting. The dramatic proportions and openness carry through the multi-level expanse — balconies overlook the lower lobby, escalators provide ever-changing vignettes as light and architecture unite and broad elevator corridors end not in walls, but open space.


Moving upstairs to the office floors, it’s hard to predict which 101 Park Avenue tenants appreciate more – the office spaces flooded with light or the dazzling views in every direction.

Ten individual perimeter exposures provide abundant natural light and each floor boasts eight corner offices. And, the column-free office spaces invite floor plans as unique as they are efficient. Exceptional vistas abound. Sunlight sparkles on such City landmarks as the Chrysler and Empire State Buildings, Brooklyn Bridge, and Grand Central Terminal. Evening shadows play across Downtown’s skyscrapers, Central Park and Murray Hill brownstones. Park Avenue provides kaleidoscopic images of moving colors and twinkling lights, planes take off at LaGuardia Airport, an occasional sailboat skims along the East River and cruise ships pull into dock on the Hudson.


  • Building Size
  • Height – 49 Floors
  • Typical Ceiling Height (Slab to Slab) – 12 feet 9 inches
  • Typical Slab Depth – 4.5 inches
  • Column Width (ground to 38th floor) – 46 inch diameter
  • Column Width (39th floor to 48th floor) – 28 inch diameter
  • Core to Window (10th floor – 48th floor) – 39 feet
  • Construction Data
  • Year Built – 1982
  • Block / Lot – 1295 / 1
  • Typical Floor Weight Capacity – 75 lbs
  • Elevators
  • 24 Passenger Cars
  • 2 Freight Cars
  • All elevator mechanical systems have been fully modernized as of 2016
  • Otis elevator technician on site during business hours
  • Windows
  • Window Mullion Spacing (NE, SE, SW, NW facades) 4 feet 9 inches
  • Window Mullion Spacing (N, S, E, W facades) 3 feet 4 1/4 inches
  • Electrical
  • Electricity – Each tenant floor is directly metered with Con Edison
  • Emergency Generator – Power Life Safety Systems in addition to Lobby lighting, Toilet Exhaust and one elevator in each bank
  • 101 Park Avenue is on the same electrical grid as Grand Central Station and was unaffected during Tropical Storm Sandy
  • Loading Dock
  • Loading Dock – Entry on 41st street – 4 Bays