The Building

1650 Broadway is an attractive boutique office building situated on the entire southern block of West 51st Street from Broadway to Seventh Avenue. The building was constructed in 1922 and has been updated and improved may times over the years, most recently in 2019. The building is thirteen stories plus basement and contains approximately 123,636 square feet. Typical floor sizes are approximately 7,000 RSF. The lobby was renovated in 2019 with white marble and stainless-steel accents and four new state-of-the-art elevators cabs. 1650 Broadway is a steel frame structure with concrete floor slabs, footings & foundations, with an exterior finish of limestone and brick. The south façade was repointed in 1992.

The Location

1650 Broadway occupies the entire southern blockfront on West 51st Street between Broadway and Seventh Avenue. Only one block away from the western end of Rockefeller Center, 1650 Broadway is in the heart of Midtown West and within the Broadway Theater District.

1650 Broadway is convenient to all modes of transportation. Nine of the city’s subway lines, numbers 1, 9, B, N, R, D, E, F, and 7 are between two and four blocks away. They serve areas of Manhattan, the Bronx, Queens and Brooklyn. Grand Central and Penn Station, New York City’s commuter railroad stations are within a 15-minute walk. Additionally, access to the Lincoln Tunnel and the West Side Highway is very convenient.

1650 Broadway provides both visitors and area office workers with access to numerous attractions and stores in the neighborhood. Visitors are entertained by the various Broadway theater productions, Radio City Music Hall productions, Caroline’s Comedy Club, and The Ed Sullivan Theater, home of the Late Show With Stephen Colbert. 1650 Broadway is two blocks away from Saks Fifth Avenue, the internationally known department store, along with other upscale Fifth Avenue shops such as Fendi, Gucci, and Cartier.