485 Madison Avenue

View of entire building at 485 Madison Avenue
View of exterior entryway and retail space at 485 Madison Avenue
View of interior lobby at 485 Madison Avenue
North Manhattan view from 21st floor at 485 Madison Avenue
South Manhattan view from 21st floor at 485 Madison Avenue
Built in 1929 and designed by Architect J.E.R. Carpenter, the building features a modern, double-height, stone lobby with soaring, wrap-around wood panels, and an original, Henry Moore bronze sculpture.

Recent building infrastructure upgrades include new windows, elevator control systems, and a new cooling tower and chiller plant. The building rises 25 stories at the corner of 52nd Street, offers sweeping Madison Avenue views, and is steps away from Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, world-class shopping, Grand Central Station, and all major subway & surface transportation. This building received the 2014 LEED EB:OM Silver & 2017 LEED EB:OM Gold Certification with the U.S. Green Building Council and has also earned the EPA’s Energy Star certification.