520 Madison Avenue is most known for its anchor tenancy, Jefferies Investment Management, which occupies nearly half of the 1,062,111 SF building. The asset stands prominently on Madison Avenue between the tree-lined East 53rd & 54th Streets and boasts a beautiful granite facade. The building is owned and developed by Tishman Speyer and designed by Swanke Hayden Connell Architects in 1982. Tishman Speyer & Swanke Hayden took no shortcuts with 520 Madison, the center core design flaunts column free floorplates making it ideal for the large trading floors utilized by Jefferies and other financial tenants such as Carlyle Group & Davidson Kempner.
For the first time in a long while, ownership has unleashed four new pre-builts on the 25th floor. The units include sizes of 3,282 sf, 3,757 sf, 7,000 sf, & 8,463 sf, respectively. The floor plans are shown at the bottom of this posting. The spaces are built to a classic Tishman Speyer, high-end standard with a mix of offices, open trading areas, conference rooms, pantry, & reception.
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