Conceived by renowned architect Eli Attia, 101 Park Avenue is a statement of an unforgettable design and timeless ingenuity. A unique shape with more directional views than the typical four-sided vantages of most offices. Diagonally placed for abundant light and spaciousness for tenants from bottom to top. It remains one of the most dramatic and recognizable buildings in New York City.
Enter a lobby of grand proportions. A canopy of illuminated glass bathes the granite walls in sunlight. The spaciousness continues through the broad and bright elevator corridors and emerges into an open rear multi-leveled lobby. It is a space both elegant and visually interesting.
Moving upstairs to the office floors, it’s hard to predict which views 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 as planes take off at LaGuardia Airport, an occasional sailboat skims along the East River and cruise ships pull into dock on the Hudson.
Height – 50 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
Year Built – 1982
Block / Lot – 1295 / 1
Typical Floor Weight Capacity – 75 lbs
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
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
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 – Entry on 41st street – 4 Bays