261 Madison Avenue

Located at the epicenter of Midtown East and steps from Grand Central Terminal, 261 Madison Ave. is a 28-story classic Manhattan office building, designed in the mid-century international style, updated for the 21st century. Freshly renovated spaces have been given a modern industrial redesign to emphasize natural light, openness, utility and a cutting edge design. The building is home to WeWork, Knotel, the acclaimed restaurant Zuma, major law firms and national banking institutes, while also serving as headquarters of The Sapir Organization.

260 and 261 Madison Avenue were purchased by The Sapir Organization in 1997. Together both properties hold a combined 1 million square feet of space.

Year built: 1954

Architect: Sylvian Bien

Square footage: 383,934 sq feet

Number of floors: 28



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