About the Building

Chic & sophisticated, 230 Park is the resurgence of artistry & grandeur.

Retail Opportunity

Grand Central's finest retail opportunity. 5,800 SF adjacent to Sweetgreen. New storefronts and entrance on 46th street, upgraded pedestrian walkways with new HD digital advertising, just steps away from one of the most iconic & recognizable transportation destinations.

Building Specifications

  • BUILDING INFO
  • SECURITY AND SAFETY
  • TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND FIBER
  • SUSTAINABILITY CREDENTIALS

ENTRANCE

Block through lobby with secured entrances on 45th and 46th street

NUMBER OF FLOORS

34

RENTABLE AREA

1.4 Million Square Feet

TYPICAL FLOOR SIZE

22,000 Square Foot Tower; 70,000 Square Foot Base

ARCHITECT

Warren & Wetmore

CONSTRUCTED

1929

FACADE RENOVATED

2010

STRUCTURAL SYSTEM

Poured Concrete with Structural Steel Frame

WINDOW DIMENSIONS

4.5’ Wide X 6.5’ High; 3,200 New Operable Thermopane Windows

CHILLER PLANT SERVING A
CENTRAL FAN SYSTEM

HVAC perimeter induction units provide continuous 100% fresh outside air

AIR FILTRATION

MERV-15 air filters within base building HVAC equipment provide >95% removal efficiency; Condenser Water Available for supplemental cooling

ELECTRICTY

Up to 6 watts per square foot via new bus duct riser

PASSENGER ELEVATORS

25 (2,500 lbs); Two separate elevator banks per floor (4 local and 4 express)

FREIGHT ELEVATORS

3 in total; Two serving floors ground - 15; 1 serving floors 16-34

LOADING DOCKS

2 Truck Bays on 45th Street with Height of 13’6”

Security

24 Hours Per Day/7 Days Per Week


Building Access through mobile phone app for tenants and guests


Digital Key Card Access


Messenger Service with Secure Package Scanning


Control and CCTV at all Entry Points Point Monitoring Access


New Class-E System


Fully Sprinklered


Sanitizing stations in all common areas


Touchless fixtures in core restrooms

BUILDING EMERGENCY POWER

Back-up Generator for Building Life Safety Systems

TELECOM/DATA/FIBER

Broadview, Cogent, Level 3, Lightower and Verizon

TV

Spectrum

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

ENERGY STAR

U.S. Green Building Council LEED Gold for Existing Buildings

O&M

BOMA 360 Performance Building

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