Standing at the corner of West 45th Street and Avenue of the Americas, APF Properties’ 1156 Avenue of the Americas offers 82,000 square feet of boutique, Energy Star-labeled Class A office space.
The tower was originally developed by James Felt, one of New York City’s wealthiest real estate developers of the early twentieth century and a civil engineer who actively championed preserving historic buildings during his various tenures as Chairman of the City Planning Commission, President of the Urban League of Greater New York, and the head of REBNY. (Interestingly, Felt resigned from the Commission just before Madison Square Garden presented its plan to demolish the old Penn Station in 1963).
Originally called the Lewis & Conger Building, 1156 Avenue of the Americas is also dubbed the “Club Row Building” after the nearby Harvard, Penn, Princeton, and New York Yacht Clubs, the 9-story 1156 Avenue of the Americas is just three blocks from Grand Central Terminal, Rockefeller Center, and Bryant Park. The loft-style tower was built in 1911 and features an extensive, high-end pre-built office suite program which provides tenants with Class A spaces at Class B rents in Midtown’s most convenient location.
In 2011, 1156 Avenue of the Americas earned an Energy Star award from EPA with a score of 83.
- 1156 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York
- Bryant Park
- Energy Star
- APF Properties
- Year Built
- Square Footage
- 83,000 square feet; typical 8000–square–foot floor plates
- Earned Energy Star award in 2011 with score of 83