10-12 E 33

10-12 E 33

10-12 E 33 offers boutique, loft-style suites with open ceilings and exposed brick walls located in the dynamic Midtown South neighborhood between Madison and Fifth Avenues. Each 3,000 RSF floor is self-contained with direct elevator access, private lavatories, well-appointed pantries and individual air conditioning units.


10 E 33

Entire 12th Floor / 3,000 RSF



12 E 33

Entire 4th Floor/ 3,000 RSF
Entire 8th Floor / 3,000 RSF
Entire 9th Floor / 3,000 RSF

  • Single-tenant floors with direct elevator access
  • Furnished plug & play loft space in iconic pre-war building
  • Tenant-controlled self-contained HVAC system with Merv-13 HEPA filtration
  • Hardwood floors, open ceilings, exposed brick
  • Glass conference rooms and offices
  • Open area for 15-20
  • Brand new lobby with new elevators and original artwork
  • Institutional ownership
  • 100% commission paid on signing




A Walker’s Paradise – within walking distance to multiple metro stations; easy access to neighborhood parks and relaxation areas; restaurants, shopping and entertainment.

Grand Central Station: Be Transported

Just a few blocks north is the iconic Grand Central – the terminus of Metro-North Railroad with service to its northern suburbs in Westchester and Connecticut.

Serves as a central hub for transit in Midtown Manhattan, offering rail, subway, bus, taxi, and airport service as well as shops, cafes, restaurants, etc.

Penn Station

Minutes to Penn Station and (LIRR) Commuter Rail. Penn Station, home to Amtrak will get you anywhere you need to go.

The new Moynihan Train Hall provides easy access to the A,C,E and 1,2,3 subway lines and local bus services, as well as Citi Bike, taxi and rideshare services.


Madison Square Garden – the iconic entertainment venue is close by – catch a game or a concert!

Morgan Library and Museum

Just 2 blocks away, The Morgan is a major exhibition venue for fine art, literature, and music. It is a wonderful place to dine, shop, and attend a concert or film.

Shop at Macy’s Herald Square – the world’s largest department store! 

Madison Square Park 

Madison Square Park is a short walk south on Fifth Ave. The Park is a 6.2-acre oasis – a nice place to take a pleasant break!

Bryant Park 

Just a short walk up Fifth Ave. is Bryant Park. Known as Manhattan’s Town Square, it is a great place to stretch out, dine al fresco, and relax.

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