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Defined by its sculptural form in glass and aluminum, 535 Madison is a signature work of art in the New York skyline.
Located on the northeast corner of Madison Avenue and 54th Street, 535 Madison has been elegantly modernized to today's most innovative specifications. At 535 Madison, classic modernism intersects seamlessly with the needs of today's tenants.
The building's lobby features a distinctive mix of materials, including a wall of white onyx and elevator lobbies and cabs of staved walnut and bronze detailing. A permanent art collection is also showcased in the lobby: Jean Dubuffet's Le Saturnien (1971), Fernand Léger's Le Cirque (1954) and François-Xavier Lalanne's Tête de Côté (1994).
The adjacent outdoor plaza includes black locust trees, ivy plantings, secured private WiFi for tenants and open seating for year-round enjoyment. Changing seasons will bring new Christie's selections of sculptures, hand-picked from their future sales collections long before they reach auction. During the morning and afternoon, a plaza café offers a variety of light food options for all tenants.
Lastly, and perhaps the most-sought-after amenity, the vibrant 32nd-floor terrace at 535 Madison overlooks the avenues of Midtown Manhattan, offerings tenants 360° views of the New York City skyline.
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