Bar & Restaurant
There’s almost no place in New York City that gets more foot traffic from shoppers around the globe that 5th Avenue. In fact, the thoroughfare's name is synonymous with high style and glamor. It’s where people from around the world flock to for the latest fashions. Built in 1901 and formerly home to Hollywood royalty Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, this prime Midtown building oozes sophistication and elegance. In this six-floor townhouse to rent, three floors are co-working spaces and the other three are dedicated retail or showroom spaces. With a mix polished concrete, dark hardwood, and marble floors, high ceilings, and lots of natural light there’s no other way to describe it than stunning. A spiral staircase runs from the ground floor to the top floor, and each story in between has intricate design details and lots of windows. The ceilings are also high, adding a sense of more grandeur to the interior. Centrally located in the heart of Manhattan just three blocks south of Central Park, this space is easy to get to with almost all major Manhattan trains a few blocks away including the N/R or the 5th Avenue bus.