Completed: 1989

Architect: Fox & Fowle

Floors: 26

Total Square Feet: 658,000

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Rocco Romeo The Durst Organization 212.257.6630
Tom Bow The Durst Organization 212.257.6610
Ashley Gee The Durst Organization 212.257.6596
Ashlea Aaron The Durst Organization 212.257.6590

114 West 47th Street

The development of 114 West 47th Street in 1989 represented a passing of the torch from the second generation of Durst Organization family members to the third. Located between Avenue of the Americas and Broadway, 114 West 47th Street was the last building constructed by brothers Seymour, Roy and David Durst, and the first major collaboration of cousins Douglas and Jody Durst.
A dramatic bioglass, LED-backlit luminous portal welcomes tenants and visitors into the building. Features include a stunning lobby rotunda, redesigned concierge desks and turnstiles, enhanced lighting, and black Laguna marble and mahogany wood-paneled finishes. The building is supported by a tenant exclusive conference center.
Strategically located on Corporate Row, 114 West 47th Street offers a distinctive 66,500 square foot leasing opportunity. A boutique headquarters property, the tower offers tenants both single and multiple floor opportunities accented by private, landscaped tenant terraces.
114 West 47th Street offers a first class retail opportunity that is ideal for a restaurant or fitness center. The 4,000 square foot, ground level space offers Corporate Row and Times Square foot traffic, and features a dramatic 20 foot, 9 inch ceiling height with windows onto an active public plaza.

Major Tenants:
  • Bank of America Private Wealth Management
  • Axinn, Veltrop & Harkrider


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114 West 47th Street is LEED Gold certified under LEED v4 Existing Buildings: Operations + Maintenance (O+M). It is the first project in New York City and the second in New York State to achieve this award. In addition, the building is EPA ENERGY STAR® certified by achieving a score of 91, placing the building in the top 9% most energy efficient buildings in the United States. Green buildings perform better than conventional ones. They save energy, use less water, generate less construction waste, and provide healthier and more comfortable indoor environments. Studies show that working in a green building increases productivity and reduces absenteeism. Green buildings provide tenants the opportunity to promote their healthy workspace to enhance their business brand and attract quality personnel.