The loft building at 34 West 27th Street between 5th and 6th Streets was completed in 1912. Located in Midtown South, New York City, the 12-story structure has close to 80,000 square feet of office and retail space for rent.
Commercial space has high ceilings and great light from nearly unbroken lines of oversized windows on the street side. Exposed steel girders and ceilings enhance the industrial feel of the loft space. Floor plans are mostly open for tenant flexibility.
Tenants of the building include Massive Media, One on One Acting Studio, and Frames 27th. Four retail spaces share 69 feet of frontage on 27th. Glass storefronts have wide, visible signage.
New York’s lovely Madison Square Park is just a few blocks to the southeast of the building. Transportation is convenient as well, with access to the N and R trains just around the corner at the 28th and Broadway entrance, and the 6 train not much farther. PATH lines run just one block west of the building along 6th Avenue.
The Beaux-Arts building sits on a 3-story limestone base. Windows are framed in cast iron and adorned with molded panels. The ornate and historical building is favorably located in one of New York’s best business neighborhoods.