11 East 44th Street

Few buildings in the Grand Central submarket offer 11 East 44th Street's convenient location, timeless architecture, renovated infrastructure, and high level of performance.

Located within walking distance of Grand Central Station between Madison and Fifth Avenues, 11 East 44th Street dates from 1927 and was designed by architects Shreve & Lamb. The tower – which was formerly known as the Life Extension Building – is a Class B+ office building that combines Midtown convenience with exceptional energy performance in a classic, sophisticated setting.

The 18-story, 133,000-square-foot, neoclassical Italiante 11 East 44th Street features a modern, renovated lobby, whose original barrel-vaulted ceiling was uncovered and restored. The lobby’s green, gray, and white marble walls and floors stand out against the ceiling, painted in gold. And beveled glass panes were also installed across the tower’s two-story facade windows.

11 East 44th Street is owned by ING Clairon. In 2012, the tower earned its first Energy Star award, scoring an impressive 90.

11 E 44th St, New York, New York  
Grand Central 
Energy Star 
ING Clarion 
Shreve & Lamb 
Year Built
Earned Energy Star in 2012 with score of 90; formerly known as Life Extension Building