Symbolizing new found safety, cleanliness and vitality the Madison Square/34th Street area began its renaissance in the 1980?s when companies began migrating to the area to escape skyrocketing prices elsewhere. The area?s endless foot traffic and affordable rents attract a diverse set of retailers. The area is home to landmark buildings such as 11 Madison Avenue (Credit Suisse), New York Life Insurance Building, the MetLife Tower and close to the Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden, Macy?s Herald Square and Penn Station. The Madison Square/34th Street District attracts hordes of tourists and is easy to get to via multiple subway lines, local and out of town trains and buses.
Major buildings with office space for rent and great amenities such as 24-hour doorman and access, dedicated elevators, sophisticated reception and conference areas, IT support, impressive views and large windows include: 2 Penn Plaza between 31st and 32nd St.; 855 Avenue of the Americas and 31st Street; 11 Penn Plaza and 34th Street; 150 w. 30th Street and 7th Avenue; 110 W. 40th Street between 8th Ave. and 9th Ave.; 7 W. 34th Street; 1001 Avenue of the Americas and W.37th Street.
Thoroughfares include 34th Street, Avenue of the Americas, Broadway, 5th Avenue, Madison Avenue, Park Avenue and 26th Street. Transportation is available via 23rd Street F,V,R,W and 6 trains and is near Penn Station, serviced by the Long Island Railroad (LIRR) and the A,C,E, and 1,2,3 subway trains.