20 Exchange Place | Bloomberg Tower

The mixed use property known as 20 Exchange Place can be found situated on a full city block between Lexington and 3rd Avenue and intersected at 58th and 59th Streets. The building stands at 1.3 million square feet and it bound within a 56-story structure overlooking the Bloomingdale's in Manhattan. The building has been labled by the New York Times as an architectural bravura and is most noteblay known for its elliptical courtyard that cuts through the block connecting 58th to 59th street. Moreover the building is known for its unencumbered views of Central Park and the city beyond most of which is what draws in residential tenants to One Beacon Court; an exclusive collection of 105 luxury grade condominiums in addition to being the site of the world renowned Le Cirque restaurant.

This building property serves as the world headquarters for Bloomberg L.P. and does lease multimetered contiguous retail space up to 250,000 SF.

Leasing Commercial Space
• Retail Space Leasing Available

For information on available office space in buildings near 20 Exchange Place, contact us and one of our brokers can provide you with all the intel needed including price, floor plans, photos, and insight into the area and the comparable options.

What this Building Can Offers Its Tenants:

  • Plaza District Building
  • Television Studios
  • Expansive Retail Space Opportunity

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Floors: 55 Stories / 806 Feet (246 m)
Property Type: Skyscraper (Mix Use)
Location: Plaza District / Zip Code 10022
Total Building Size: 1,345,489 SF.
Lot Size:
Year Built: 2000 to 2005
Architect: Cesar & Rafael Pelli & Associates
Building Class: A - Mixed Use
Price: Buildings in this range and location today are averaging rents bewteen $70 to $90 PSF.

Building Features:
• Concierge Service
• Garage
• Valet Parking

Property Details
20 Exchange Place's also known as Bloomberg Tower (Alexander's Tower, One Beacon Court) stands as a mixed-use tower in Manhattan with an entrance available on Lexington Avenue. The steel and concrete building features two loading docks on 59th street and is serviced by numerous passenger and freight elevators throughout. Each floor is fully sprinklered and the building offers 24 / 7 day access that is matched by uniform security personnel each and every day! Designed with a post modern expression the building enjoys a glass curtain wall facade and boasts unique architecture in its construction and shape.

Tenants who have called or now call this Building home include:
There are about numerious tenants who will call the Hudson Yards home...
Charlie Rose
Bloomberg Television Studio
The Home Depot
H&M
The Container Store
Siro Maccioni's Le Cirque

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Near By Transportation
Take the B, D, F, or M train to the 47-50th Street
Take the 6 train to the 51st Street stop and walk West on 50th Street to Rockefeller

Noteable Buildings in the Area
370 Lexington Avenue
575 Lexington Avenue
405 Lexington Avenue

Alternate Addresses:
723-733 Lexington Avenue
135-199 East 58th Street
972-974 3rd Avenue
151 East 58th Street

Zip Code:
10017

 

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