Renovation Project Underway On 41-Story Mixed-Use Tower At 3 Park Avenue, Midtown South

3 Park AvenuePresent-day 3 Park Avenue. Photo via Real Estate Weekly.

The 41-story, 977,745-square-foot mixed-use tower known as 3 Park Avenue, located between East 33rd and 34th streets in Midtown South, is set to receive a $30 million renovation. The 556-foot-tall tower’s lobby will be redesigned, the exterior will be modernized, and its 25,000 square feet of retail will see renovations. Other aspects of the project include renovations to the hallways and common areas, and upgraded mechanical infrastructure, Commercial Observer reported. Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects is designing the renovation, with AREA Architects responsibleĀ for redesigning the lobby.

The Cohen Brothers Realty Corporation is the property owner of 3 Park Avenue, which was built in 1975 and designed by Shreve, Lamb & Harmon. The building currently houses retail and office spaces, as well asĀ the Norman Thomas High School. As for the renovation, work is already underway and completion is expected in July 2017.

3 Park Avenue

3 Park Avenue. Rendering via Cohen Brothers Realty Corporation, via Commercial Observer.

4 Comments on "Renovation Project Underway On 41-Story Mixed-Use Tower At 3 Park Avenue, Midtown South"

  1. lipstick…

  2. Tallest without caring among the neighborhood, an informant told me that the tower getting renovation.

  3. Looks so much better

  4. They aren’t upgrading the elevators which are the reason why most tenants are currently leaving the building. Most days the lines around 9 am go outside the building on the street waiting for elevators…

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