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45 Rockefeller Plaza

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45 Rockefeller Plaza, is a 40-story Art-Deco office building Manhattan. The building is also known by its 630 Fifth Avenue address, and is located on the west side of Fifth Avenue between 50th and 51st Streets. 45 Rockefeller Plaza is a Class-A office building containing artwork from many notable artists. Lee Lawrie takes the center stage with his creation – the bronze statue of Atlas and a limestone screen showcasing the history of international relations.

Rockefeller Center is a celebration of the best of New York. Around every corner is an opportunity for tenants to discover the unexpected, make meaningful connections, and experience the best views, food, and community in the city. Rockefeller Center is where community and creativity collide.

ZO is Tishman Speyer’s workplace amenity program that provides tenants and their employees with convenient services, community events, clubhouses, building updates and virtual programming. Company leaders can enjoy additional benefits with ZO for Business, which covers a range of corporate needs including employee wellness, childcare programs, medical offerings and professional development.

Building Specs

Building Address

630 Fifth Avenue a/k/a 45 Rockefeller Plaza

Building Owner

RCPI Landmark Properties, L.L.C.

Building Management

Tishman Speyer Properties

Year Constructed


Building Architect

Reinhard & Hofmeister – The Associated Architects

Corbett Harrison & MacMurray

Hood & Fouilhou, Godley

Exterior Skin Material

Shot Sawn Indiana Buff Limestone with Pre-Cast Aluminum Spandrels

Number of Floors


Floor Sizes

3-6: 57,733 – 64,445 Sq. Ft.

7: 35,494 Sq. Ft.

8-39: 25,477 – 30,706 Sq. Ft.

Total Rentable Sq. Ft.


Slab-to-Slab Distance

Floors 2-5: 14’0”

Floor 6: 16’0”

Floors 7 - 16: 11'6" (typical)

Floor 17:  18’0”

Floors 18 – 30: 11’6”

Floor 31:  18’0”

Floors 32 – 38: 11’6”

Floor 39: 14’8”

Column Spacing

23' x 18' (typical)


Passenger Elevator Banks:

Bank A

A-1 to A-8                                                        SB, Cellar, 4-39

Bank B

B-1 to B8                                                                L, 12, 14-27

Bank C

C-1 to C-8                                                             L, 4-11 & 14

*C-4- TS Shuttle

*C-5- Alternate TS Shuttle

Freight (3) dedicated:

Cars F25, F26, F27                            SB, Cellar, L, 2-12, 14-39


Monday-Friday 8:00am-6:00pm


Six watts per usable square foot (demand load).


Building Providers:

  • Abovenet
  • Time Warner
  • Verizon
  • ConvergeOne
  • Cogent


24 hour on-site security

Tenant Access

24 hours/7 days per week

Building Amenities

Studio Gather: A full service conference center located on the 27th floor of 45 Rockefeller Plaza offers a range of beautifully appointed spaces able to accommodate groups up to 280 people.


The 3-story lobby is a designated landmark by both the City of New York and the Federal Government.  Veined green tinos marble walls with nickel bronze moldings and trim.  The floor is of dark red and green terrazzo panel with nickel bronze strips.

The high ceiling is dramatically finished in copper leaf.


Atlas:  Lee Lawrie’s statue was cast in bronze and weighs 14,000 pounds.  This 15 foot figure rests on a 9-foot pedestal and is more than twice life size.  Each outstretched arm measures six feet from shoulder to fingertip.  Mr. Lawrie’s Atlas bears a huge armillary sphere with the 12 signs of the zodiac.  Its axis points to the North Star.

Lobby:  The metallic sculptures located throughout the north and south entrance of the building were created and installed by Michio Ihara.  The ten sculptures, considered a single work of art, are approximately 35 feet by 7 feet by 2 feet.  Attached to vertical supporting stainless steel cables are nearly 1,600 individually balanced stainless steel leaves with gold patina, the embodiment of reflected light and movement. The sculptor’s imaginative yet highly disciplined work was specifically designed for viewing from different angles.


Lobby upgrade completed in 2021.

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