LOCATION: The building is located on the west side of Madison Avenue between 42nd and 43rd Streets.
YEAR BUILT: 1963
LOBBY RENOVATION: 1991
FLOORS: 39 tenant floors
BUILDING SIZE: Approximately 742,000 rsf
FLOOR SIZES: Range: 9,200 rsf – 38,700 rsf
COCCUPANCY: Offices and Retail Tenants
ELEVATORS: 16 passenger cars, 1 freight car
PEDESTRIAN ENTRANCE: Madison Avenue between 42nd and 43rd Streets
SLAB HEIGHT: 11’5″
EMERGENCY LIGHTING: Emergency battery back-up light fixtures throughout building stairwells.
HVAC: The building provides HVAC from 8:00am – 6:00pm Monday through Friday and 8:00am – 1:00pm on Saturday. Tenant supplemental HVAC must be in the form of air cooled units.
TELECOMMUNICATIONS: The building is equipped for fiber-optic and cable wiring.
330 Madison replaced the Hotel Manhattan, a 16.5 story limestone-clad hotel by Henry J. Hardenbergh, designer of the Plaza and the Dakota and the original Waldorf-Astoria. Underbuilt? Probably. Better looking? Definitely.
330 Madison Avenue
New York, New York
Project Status > In Progress
Partner > W & W Glass, LLC.
Architect > MOED de ARMAS & SHANNON Architects
Synopsis > 44 storey high, approx. 3,300 frames and 180,000 sq.ft. custom Curtain Wall System
The design boasts an arry of infill materrials including floor to floor height glass panels incorporating midspan shadowboxes, feature vertical fins and composit panel walls that blend effortlesly into each other.