The Building

  • With its signature embossed façade, 666 Fifth Avenue is prominently situated in the heart of Midtown Manhattan.
  • Lobby
  • Noguchi Landscape of the Cloud lobby ceiling.
  • Exterior and interior views.
  • View North
  • View South

Building Specifications  

Building Address
666 Fifth Avenue (Full blockfront between 52nd and 53rd Street)
Year Constructed
1957
Building Architect
Carson & Lundin
Building Exterior Finishes
Façade embossed aluminum panels with porcelain accents and a three-panel pane window module with operable center panels. Sweep in two-story glass façade on Fifth Avenue that wraps around building along both 52nd and 53rd Street fronts.
Landmarked Lobby Installation
Signature artwork: Noguchi’s Waterfall feature wall and Landscape of the Cloud lobby ceiling
Total Rentable Square Footage
Approximately 1.5 million RSF
Number of Floors
41 total floors (39 office, 2 mechanical)
Floor Plate Sizes (Approximately)
  • Floors 1– 7 = 78,000 RSF
  • Floors 8 & 9 = 68,000 RSF
  • Floors 10 –14 = 40,000 RSF
  • Floors 15 – 39 = 24,000 RSF
Slab-to-slab Height
11' 6"
Typical Finished Ceiling Height
9' 0"
Elevators
  • 20 passenger cars: 8 low-rise, 6 mid-rise, 6 high-rise
  • 2 freight elevators (plus 2 hydraulic elevator cars in loading dock)
Location of Loading Dock
53rd Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues

Hours of Operation: Monday–Friday 8:00am to 5:30pm
HVAC System
Hours of regular HVAC: Monday–Friday 8:00am to 8:00pm

Extended HVAC hours: Saturday 8:00am to 1:00pm
Floor Loading
50 lbs per square foot (live load)
Security
Staffed Lobby: 24 hours/7 days a week, turnstile access system
On-site amenities
  • Planned 5,000 RSF tenant amenity center with terrace, gym and meeting rooms
  • 90 space parking garage
  • Efficient tenant notification system, HSBC Bank, Macchiato gourmet coffee shop, direct access to the E and M subway lines, planned bike room and Vornado wireless service
 
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