667 Madison Avenue is widely acknowledged as Manhattan's finest boutique office building. This majestic building sits at the corner of 61st Street and Madison Avenue in the center of New York City's most exclusive shopping district. Soaring 25 stories, with 273,114 square feet, this magnificent building, designed by Helpern Architects, is sheathed with a granite facade enhanced by decorative limestone trim. Its detailed design offers unusually high ceilings with superb finishes. The lobby features museum quality artwork including a full-length portrait of George Washington by Gilbert Stuart and 16th Century Knights of Armour on permanent display. At the entrance, a ten-foot tall bronze Statue of Liberty by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi greets visitors.
The building's proximity to New York City's abundant services increases its attractiveness. Tenants can choose from a myriad of transportation options, as well as fine dining, chic boutiques, sophisticated health clubs and urbane hotels. Its ease of transit, coupled with area amenities, is both irresistible to executives and advantageous in recruiting.