• Shreve, Lamb & Harmon Associates, long admired for their design of the Empire State Building, turned their considerable talent to 500 Fifth Avenue in 1932, the heart of the Art Deco period. Extensive aesthetically-sensitive entrance, lobby and elevator renovations, and the significant restructuring of the retail tenancy, have restored the original luster and dignity of the distinguished 59-story skyscraper. An elegant pre-built program, featuring wood, glass and marble finishes, caters to the needs of boutique tenants.

  • Shreve, Lamb & Harmon Associates, long admired for their design of the Empire State Building, turned their considerable talent to 500 Fifth Avenue in 1932, the heart of the Art Deco period. Extensive aesthetically-sensitive entrance, lobby and elevator renovations, and the significant restructuring of the retail tenancy, have restored the original luster and dignity of the distinguished 59-story skyscraper. An elegant pre-built program, featuring wood, glass and marble finishes, caters to the needs of boutique tenants.

  • Shreve, Lamb & Harmon Associates, long admired for their design of the Empire State Building, turned their considerable talent to 500 Fifth Avenue in 1932, the heart of the Art Deco period. Extensive aesthetically-sensitive entrance, lobby and elevator renovations, and the significant restructuring of the retail tenancy, have restored the original luster and dignity of the distinguished 59-story skyscraper. An elegant pre-built program, featuring wood, glass and marble finishes, caters to the needs of boutique tenants.

  • Shreve, Lamb & Harmon Associates, long admired for their design of the Empire State Building, turned their considerable talent to 500 Fifth Avenue in 1932, the heart of the Art Deco period. Extensive aesthetically-sensitive entrance, lobby and elevator renovations, and the significant restructuring of the retail tenancy, have restored the original luster and dignity of the distinguished 59-story skyscraper. An elegant pre-built program, featuring wood, glass and marble finishes, caters to the needs of boutique tenants.

  • Shreve, Lamb & Harmon Associates, long admired for their design of the Empire State Building, turned their considerable talent to 500 Fifth Avenue in 1932, the heart of the Art Deco period. Extensive aesthetically-sensitive entrance, lobby and elevator renovations, and the significant restructuring of the retail tenancy, have restored the original luster and dignity of the distinguished 59-story skyscraper. An elegant pre-built program, featuring wood, glass and marble finishes, caters to the needs of boutique tenants.

  • Shreve, Lamb & Harmon Associates, long admired for their design of the Empire State Building, turned their considerable talent to 500 Fifth Avenue in 1932, the heart of the Art Deco period. Extensive aesthetically-sensitive entrance, lobby and elevator renovations, and the significant restructuring of the retail tenancy, have restored the original luster and dignity of the distinguished 59-story skyscraper. An elegant pre-built program, featuring wood, glass and marble finishes, caters to the needs of boutique tenants.