1133 Avenue of the Americas

Designed by Emergy Roth and Sons, this Energy Star–labeled, International Style–tower brings world–class design and performance to one of Midtown's most convenient office addresses.

Conveniently located between Bryant Park and Times Square, the 45-story 1133 Avenue of the Americas led the mid-1990s resurgence of Sixth Avenue as a world-class business destination. Boasting over 1.1 million square feet of commercial office space, 1133 Avenue of the Americas is owned by the Durst Organization – one of New York City’s leaders in building performance and sustainable operations: in 2000 and 2002, the tower earned Energy Stars with scores of 75 and 77, respectively.

Built in 1970, the tower’s limestone panel-and-glass facade is a prime example of the International Style, giving 1133 Avenue of the Americas an imposing vertical presence over the western side of Sixth Avenue between between West 43rd and 44th Streets. Major renovations in 1994 included modern elevators, building systems, and an impressive two-story marble lobby that hosts a revolving art exhibit, fresh flowers, and a newstand.

1133 Avenue of the Americas is also home to the International Center of Photography Museum. Other notable commercial tenants at 1133 Avenue of the Americas include ACE Insurance, the Patterson Belknap law firm, and Bank of America.

Address
1133 6th Ave, New York, New York  
Submarket
Times Square  
Certifications
Energy Star  
Stories
45 
Owner
Durst Organization 
Architect
Emery Roth and Sons 
Year Built
1970 
Square Footage
1.1 million square feet 
Notes
Earned Energy Stars in 2000 and 2002 with scores of 75 and 77 

Features

  • Green Cleaning Program
  • Recycling Program