THE GRAYBAR BUILDING
420 LEXINGTON AVENUE
The Graybar Building is located directly above Grand Central Terminal and is one of New York City’s most sought-after addresses.
This stellar example of Art Deco style is a defining piece of NYC architecture and merges seamlessly into Grand Central Terminal via the Graybar Passage, a hall of vaulted ceilings and bronze chandeliers that connects Lexington Avenue with the Terminals’ luminous Great Hall.
The iconic motifs of Grand Central Station carry through to your office suite on the 3rd floor of The Graybar Building.
Your fully furnished and equipped private office is fully staffed with a receptionist and technology support.
Our commitment to service excellence means our administrative staff can assist with compiling presentation materials, making transportation and food arrangements, and preparing for your conference room rental.
Our technology team can set up your New York City meeting room for a conference call, a teleconference or even a webinar. Our meeting space in New York is your best professional office location.
- Beautifully restored building with a majestic art-deco lobby projects the right image to your clients
- Full-time, on-site management and staff
- Newly renovated elevator lobbies
- State-of-the-art security system providing 24×7 access
- Several conference and meeting rooms with telephone and wired and wireless Internet access
- Full service café with unlimited coffee, tea and filtered water
- Building tenants are Fortune 500 companies including major financial, real estate, international law firms and technology companies
- Hotels nearby include the Waldorf Astoria, Hyatt, The W, Intercontinental, Marriott and Fitzpatrick
- Grand Central Terminal access to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Metro-North Railroad currently serving New York City (including Manhattan & the Bronx), New York State (including Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Rockland & Orange Counties) and the State of Connecticut (including Fairfield & New Haven). The LIRR East Side Access Project will soon ease Long Island access
- MTA New York City subway lines 4, 5, 6, 7, and S
- MTA Bus stops for M101, M102, M103, M1, M2, M3, M4, Q32 and M42
- Private transportation options including taxi stands and airport shuttle transportation
Virtual Tour of Graybar Building Offices