200 Madison Avenue

Completed in 1926 and designed by Warren & Wetmore, 200 Madison Avenue offers neo–classical style and stellar energy performance on a full block between East 35th and 36th Streets in Murray Hill.

200 Madison Avenue’s architecture is what you would expect from the same firm that designed Grand Central Station: impressive, and intricate. The box-like tower - whose facade features balustrades (repeating posts), escutcheons (shield-shape emblems), and ram’s heads – suggests an enormous English country house that has been extruded to fill an entire city block. 200 Madison Avenue’s rooftop terrace is similarly architecturally opulent, featuring an ornate parapet set back from the street.

Formerly known by many monikers – the Astor Estate Building, the Marshall Field Estate Building, and the International Combustion Engineering Tower – the 25-story 200 Madison Avenue offers 670,000 square feet of Class A office space. Low-rise floor plates (2 through 9) are 46,500 square feet; 10-23 are 12,000 to 17,000 square feet; and 24-26 are 11,200 square feet. In 2009, 200 Madison Avenue earned its first Energy Star with a score of 76.

200 Madison Avenue features a thorougly restored, attended lobby with 24/7 access, modernized elevators, and an in-building Starbucks and New York Sports Club. Current notable tenants include Philips-Van Heusen, Greater New York Mutual Insurance, and Rose Associates.

Address
200 Madison Ave, New York, New York  
Submarket
Murray Hill 
Certifications
Energy Star 
Stories
25 
Owner
George Comfort & Sons; Loeb Partners Realty 
Architect
Warren & Wetmore 
Year Built
1926 
Square Footage
670,000 square feet 
Notes
Earned Energy Star in 2009 with score of 76; neighborhood asking rents generally average in mid–$50s per square foot.