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712 Fifth Avenue

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Status  Complete
Construction started  1990
Owner  Bannister Trust
Height  198 m
Opened  1990
Architecture firm  Kohn Pedersen Fox
Type  Office
Completed  1991
Management  Paramount Group
Floors  53
Cost  399 million USD
Function  Office
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Similar  Solow Building, General Motors Building, 888 7th Avenue, 750 Seventh Avenue, 590 Madison Avenue

712 5th Avenue is a 650 ft-tall (200 m) skyscraper at 56th Street and Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, New York City. It was constructed from 1990 to 1991 and is the 53rd tallest building in New York City. The tower's design had to accommodate the landmarked facades of the Coty and Rizzoli Buildings at the base of the tower. It was purchased by the Bannister Trust in 2007 in a "Private Treaty", and placed in "Property Fund #1" managed by JP Morgan. The building is sometimes referred to as the Henri Bendel building.

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Map of 712 Fifth Avenue, 712 5th Ave, New York, NY 10019, USA

Tenants

  • Christian Dior
  • CVC Capital Partners
  • Henri Bendel store
  • Riverstone Holdings
  • Roberto Cavalli
  • TSG Consumer Partners
  • Aberdeen Asset Management
  • Vector Group
  • Griffon Corporation
  • References

    712 Fifth Avenue Wikipedia


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