112 West 34th Street

112 West 34th Street is a 26–story, pre–war property that has Garment District roots, formerly serving as a manufacturing facility for children’s apparel.

With easy access from Penn Station and to the rest of Midtown, 112 West 34th Street offers tenants the convenience of Midtown with the operational efficiency of a W&H Properties portfolio building.

The 750,000-square-foot tower recently received an $80 million, interior and exterior renovation that resulted in a 2010 Energy Star award from EPA. The project included a variety of energy-efficient upgrades to the building’s infrastructure, as well as new entrances at both West 33rd and 34th Streets.

112 West 34th Street offers tenants from every sector a variety of pre-built suites and office spaces, as well as build-to-suit full-floor opportunities.

Address
112 W 34th St, New York, New York  
Submarket
Herald Square 
Certifications
Energy Star 
Stories
26 
Owner
Malkin Properties 
Architect
Brugnoni and Boehler 
Year Built
1955 
Square Footage
775,000 square feet; floor plates range from 11,000 to 45,000 square feet 
Notes
Earned Energy Star award in 2010 with score of 75; submetered electricity in all new tenant spaces over 2500 square feet; 24/7 security, card access controlled, web–based visitor processing system 

Features

  • 11-Foot Ceiling Heights
  • Perimeter Induction HVAC Units