1330 Avenue of the Americas is a spectacular high rise building in the heart of Midtown. This prestigious location places our exclusive offices in the center of the business and financial activity in the United States, and is a mere twenty minutes from the New York Stock Exchange.
BOMA ’13 award for Management & Renovated Building, built to suit floors with spectacular views. An exclusive boutique environment, 1330 Avenue of the Americas hosts tenants such as Knoll, Silvercrest Asset Management Group, Artisan Partners, Fubo TV, Apple Bank, and RXR Realty.
30 minute drive to John F Kennedy International Airport
31 minute drive to Newark Liberty International Airport
3 minute walk to 5th Ave/53 St stop, E or M trains
3 minutes walk to 7th Ave stop, B, D, or Q trains
5 minute walk to 47-50 Streets - Rockefeller Center stop, B, D, F, or M trains
5 minute walk to 57 St stop, F train
7 minute walk to 49 St stop, N, Q or R train
7 minute walk to 50 St stop, 1 train
10 minute walk to 50 St stop, C or E train
1 minute walk to bus stop at 6th Avenue corner of W 53rd Street
Strategically located between Rockefeller Center and the Plaza district, the tower is within steps of Midtown’s finest retail establishments, restaurants, hotels, Times Square and Central Park.
The combination of this stunning high rise building’s location and its impressive look, makes 1330 Avenue of the Americas a premier address for your business needs.
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All the artwork displayed at the Pearson Building location is by Kanayo Ede from Ann Jackson Gallery in Roswell, GA. This prolific artist says that he is inspired by all the colors and shapes he sees in nature. Kanayo's paintings are collected worldwide by both private and corporate entities including banks, prestigious hotels and resorts. His works have been shown on the very popular CBS TV series, Hawaii 5-0.
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