1755 Broadway

View of 1755 Broadway. Between 56th & 57th on Broadway
View of exterior entryway at 1755 Broadway
View of interior lobby at 1755 Broadway
View of interior lobby at 1755 Broadway
Built by Jack Resnick & Sons in 1987 and designed by Emery Roth & Sons, this 43-Story, mixed-use building at the corner of Broadway and 56th Street combines an eight-story commercial/retail base with a 33-story, 480-unit luxury residential buildings, known as Symphony House.

The building is among New York’s most impressive mixed-use properties. The office portion is home to Universal Music Group, one of the world’s largest music companies.
The building is located steps from Columbus Circle and Central Park. An on-site, 24/7 parking garage provides additional convenience.

Area attractions include Carnegie Hall, Central Park, Lincoln Center, Columbus Circle, Broadway theaters, and Times Square.

  • Midtown West/Columbus Circle location
  • Direct Metered Electric
  • Renovated 24/7 attended lobby
  • Tenant controlled A/C
  • Participation in New York State and Con Edison electric Demand Response programs
  • Utility real-time monitoring and energy data insights via David Energy’s Energy Management System platform
  • Adjacent to Nordstroms and steps from Theatre District, museums, restaurants and hotels