888 7th Avenue
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|888 7th Avenue|
|Owner||Vornado Realty Trust|
|Roof||628 ft (191 m)|
|Floor area||873,599 sq ft (81,160.0 m2)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Emery Roth & Sons|
888 7th Avenue is a 628 ft (191m) tall modern-style office skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan which was completed in 1969 and has 46 floors. Emery Roth & Sons designed the building, which is tied with Central Park Place for the 65th tallest building in New York City. It currently carries the Vornado Realty Trust corporate headquarters. Previously known as the Arlen Building, its namesake being the company responsible for its construction, Arlen Realty & Development Corporation. The Red Eye Grill is located in the building at street level.
Moed de Armas renovated the Lobby, Elevators & Plaza in 2006, cladding them all with sheik white marble. The HVAC was also extensively renovated and the building was later given gold certification by the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.
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- Lombard Odier Asset Management
- Drake Real Estate Partners
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- United Talent Agency
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