8 West 40th Street

View of 8 West 40th Street from Bryant Park
View of the exterior of 8 West 40th Street.
Exterior entryway of 8 West 40th Street.
Interior lobby at 8 West 40th Street looking at entryway.
Interior lobby at 8 West 40th Street.
Built in 1913 and acquired by Jack Resnick & Sons in 1962, this 22-story building continues to be an icon within the desirable Bryant Park neighborhood.

The office floors are virtually column-free and offer stunning views overlooking Bryant Park and the New York Public Library. Tenants enjoy high ceilings, new oversized windows, and dedicated air conditioning systems. New elevator systems and cabs have also been installed.

Steps from Bryant Park, Grand Central Station, and Penn Station, the prominent tenant roster includes Marchon Eyewear, Middlegate Securities, Jack Victor Limited, Vision Service Plan, The Altman Foundation, Hakimian Management Corp. & WeWork. This building received the 2013 LEED EB:OM Certified and 2018 & 2019 EB:OM Gold Certification with the U.S. Green Building Council and has also earned the EPA’s Energy Star certification.