730 Third Avenue

Uncompromising Convenience, Reimagined

Rising from the core of midtown Manhattan, 730 Third Avenue is an impressive first-in-class development forming a powerful footprint where all modes of public transportation converge. This prime office opportunity features a double-height lobby entrance on Third Avenue, a full-service amenity floor exclusive for building tenants, and plentiful space for productivity and respite with multiple landscaped roof terraces boasting this premium Grand Central locale.

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Building Features

A Commanding Midtown

With modern interiors imagined by Gensler’s world-renowned design excellence, 730 Third Avenue is arriving anew with accentuated style and sophistication. Inspired from Third Avenue’s timeless advertising culture, Gensler’s bespoke mid-century-modern design inspires a warm hospitality approach and ease of access that is scaled for impactful branding and expansive possibilities.  A welcoming arrival of lightness and livability is made possible by outfitting each floor with unique self-tinting, easily-controllable ViewGlass windows to integrate the outdoors-in, creating an inspiring space for fresh thinking. 730 Third Avenue is currently LEED Gold certified and is also becoming Wired Gold and Fitwel certified, which redefines a Midtown-forward future connecting infinite opportunities for top-tier companies to function flawlessly.

Building Amenities

2nd Floor Amenity Space

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Sky Lounge

A staffed concierge desk greets the 6,000-square-foot sky lounge, featuring touchdown areas, a double-height balcony overlooking the main lobby, and in-house catering for accelerated productivity.



5,000 square feet of modern and modular options with full AV/IT capability. Three large conference rooms can be transformed into five distinct spaces, equally functional for individual use or as a complete meeting center exclusive to building tenants. Two of these rooms can host up to 36 people, and the third can fit up to 26.


Fitness Center

Energize and rejuvenate in an 8,000 square-foot staffed workout studio and work respite, fully equipped with state-of-the-art equipment, including Peloton bikes, classroom space, and locker rooms with showers.


Food Hall

Catering to flexible work schedules, rotating vendors serve this 9,000-square-foot dining experience, which features a central counter staffed with a barista, self-serve stations, and grab-and-go options, as well as a centralized pickup for outside delivery services. Available to all appetites all day, and also for after-hours events.

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Bike Room

Encouraging decompression and travel convenience, a fully-built bike room accommodates up to 49 bikes at a time.

Ground Floor


Golf Simulator Lounge

Fully equipped golf simulator lounge, offering two reservable golf simulators and a wet bar area. Coming early Q1 2022.

7th Floor Terrace


There are two beehives located on the 7th floor terrace. The hives are maintained by a local urban beekeeping partner, and provide a sustainable building offering as well as a benefit to the surrounding habitat. At the end of each season, their honey will be harvested with unique products being created for building tenants to enjoy! Check out the MyHive page for the latest bee updates - 730 Third Avenue

22nd Floor


360-degree views of the city from the 22nd floor with a 7,000-square-foot fully landscaped and artfully furnished terrace are open to tenants all day. With the vitality of green spaces in mind, this set-back terrace can also accommodate events and invite alternate areas of productivity, while other floors offer private roof terraces contiguous of leased spaces.

7th Floor Terrace

22nd Floor

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East Midtown

A Unique

730 Third Avenue’s proximity to 42nd Street and Grand Central Terminal gives this unique commercial opportunity prime of place in a neighborhood where this type of plentiful space comes at a premium. Within 2 blocks of the buildingamenities are abundant and convenience is infinitely available. Global power centers like the United Nations are as equally accessible as iconic Manhattan landmarks like Bryant Park and the New York Public Library. Restaurant, cafe, fitness, and all forms of public transportation including and extending beyond Grand Central, which will be enhanced by the addition of LIRR service in 2022.