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Meeting rooms in 275 7th Avenue

275 Seventh Avenue, 7th Floor, New York City, New York, 10001

The 275 Seventh Avenue centre occupies a fantastic corner plot between the 25th and 26th Streets in the vibrant Chelsea neighbourhood of Manhattan. The 28-story building, once known as the Lefcourt Clothing Centre, was built in 1928 and features a restored Art Deco lobby. Air-conditioned and WiFi enabled, with three meeting rooms, as well as 22 armchairs, an open lounge area and six thinkpods, there are plenty of options available in this centre to work quietly, individually or as a team. This centre also has multiple kitchen areas to provide refreshments without leaving the building.

The property is home to many diverse businesses, including specialists in design, healthcare, education and artist agencies, with technology, PR, advertising and architectural firms in the vicinity. Once famous for being the garment district, the area around the centre is now noted for its art galleries, health and fitness industry, creative and design companies. The centre is easy to get to, as it is just five blocks from Penn Station and close to public transport, including 1, 9, C, E and PATH Trains.

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Meeting rooms in 275 7th Avenue

275 Seventh Avenue, 7th Floor, New York City, New York, 10001

The 275 Seventh Avenue centre occupies a fantastic corner plot between the 25th and 26th Streets in the vibrant Chelsea neighbourhood of Manhattan. The 28-story building, once known as the Lefcourt Clothing Centre, was built in 1928 and features a restored Art Deco lobby. Air-conditioned and WiFi enabled, with three meeting rooms, as well as 22 armchairs, an open lounge area and six thinkpods, there are plenty of options available in this centre to work quietly, individually or as a team. This centre also has multiple kitchen areas to provide refreshments without leaving the building.

The property is home to many diverse businesses, including specialists in design, healthcare, education and artist agencies, with technology, PR, advertising and architectural firms in the vicinity. Once famous for being the garment district, the area around the centre is now noted for its art galleries, health and fitness industry, creative and design companies. The centre is easy to get to, as it is just five blocks from Penn Station and close to public transport, including 1, 9, C, E and PATH Trains.