top of page

645 5th Ave. New York

About the building:

This New York City building is at 645 5th Ave. and was built in 1976. Located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, this 51-floor building, also known as Olympic Tower, has two office spaces for rent, one that is 5,944 square feet, the other that is 2,201 square feet.

Designed by the renown architectural firm Skidmore, Owings and Merril, Olympic Tower is ideal for tenants who want to take advantage of the building’s gym and common bike storage. The building operates on an electronic card access system and includes a redesigned atrium, full-time concierge service, enhanced security, a message center, and new high-speed elevators with security cameras.

645 5th Ave. is in the heart of midtown, easily accessible via several subway lines and in a neighborhood with ample parking. The building is surrounded by an array of hotels, restaurants, shopping, and cultural attractions. In addition, the building provides breathtaking views of Central Park, Fifth Avenue, Rockefeller Center, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral.

The first of two available spaces is 5,944 square feet on the 12th floor. The space is move-in ready and divisible. The landlord will consider NBI in this space. The second available space is on the 4th floor. This 2,201 square foot corner unit has above standard installation as well as a reception area.

The stunning glass façade of 645 5th Ave fits perfectly with the aesthetic of Midtown Manhattan. This building is a find for tenants who want to take advantage of an array of amenities, move-in ready space, and a central location.


The Cab:

Stained white Rift white oak ceiling with square LED lights. M.Bolke Circassian Walnut Veneer book match, stainless and polyurethaned with beveled edges.  Side walls in white back painted glass with stainless steel binders. Solid stainless steel handrail with custom ¼” brackets. Stainless steel finishes and swing front to include pin brailes and characters.

bottom of page