787 ELEVENTH AVE. LINKING ONE GREAT ARCHITECT TO ANOTHER.
787 Eleventh Avenue is a building deeply rooted in the fabric of NYC’s great history. Originally designed by Albert Kahn, it is undergoing a dramatic transformation under the careful eye of Rafael Viñoly. A new lobby, extended ceiling heights, floor to ceiling windows and soaring double height space are breathing new life into an iconic building resulting in expansive, light-filled floors. Coupled with the building’s unique features and amenities, 787 Eleventh Avenue will appeal to those looking for a singular office that combines the authentic with the new and promotes a balanced lifestyle.
156,080 total RSF available across 3 floors (6, 7 & 8)
Complete renovation designed by Rafael Viñoly architects in 2016
Originally designed by Albert Khan in 1929
Large, open 60,000 SF floor plates
Newly designed lobby
Expanded windows to nearly 10’ x 10’
Expansive city and Hudson River views
Finished Ceiling Height: 11’ 10” - 24’
Natural light to all areas on the floor
Brand new modern infrastructure (elevators, HVAC, electrical, etc.)
33' x 32' column grid
Floor Load: 100 PSF
Big windows, big floors, big ideas.
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