610 Fifth Avenue
610 Fifth Avenue, better known as La Maison Francaise, is a 7-story Class-A office building on the west side of 5th Avenue, between 49th and 50th Street in Midtown Manhattan.
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.
With ample outdoor seating and a curated selection of sensational restaurants, grab & go spots, and of-the-moment pop-ups – plus a programming slate stacked with the best of New York’s art and entertainment – working at Rockefeller Center means tenants can take advantage of it all, in the heart of it all.
Rockefeller Center is a true public transportation hub, within walking distance of Grand Central Terminal, Penn Station, and Times Square. With multiple subway and bus lines on campus and our own Citibike docks, you can always get where you’re going – however you choose to get there.
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.
610 Fifth Avenue
RCPI Landmark Properties, L.L.C.
Tishman Speyer Properties
Reinhard & Hofmeister
Corbett Harrison & MacMurray
Hood & Fouilhou
Exterior Skin Material
Shot Sawn Indiana Buff Limestone with Pre-Cast Aluminum Spandrels
Number of Floors
Total Rentable Sq. Ft.
Floors 2-6: 13,349 – 18,399 Sq. Ft.; Floor 7: 5,758 Sq. Ft.
Floors 2-5: 14' (typical)
Floor 6: 16' (typical)
Floor 7: 15' (typical)
Passenger Elevator Banks:
One (1) bank of three (3) cars servicing floors Lobby-7
- Time Warner
24 hour on-site security
24 hours/7 days per week
Black terrazzo floors with alternating stars and rectangular patterns, gray marble walls with bronze trimmed shop fronts.
Main Entrance: This bronze panel with gold leaf created by Alfred Janniot, weighs 10 tons and is 11 feet wide and 18 feet high. The two figures joining hands represent New York and Paris accompanied by poetry, beauty, and elegance. The motto of Paris is inscribed: “Fluctuat nec mergiture” (“It floats but never sinks”).
Above Entrance: Alfred Janniot’s limestone cartouche is approximately 10 feet high and depicts the symbolic figure of Gallic freedom, proclaiming liberty to the world, and holding aloft the flaming torch of freedom. Below the figure appears the motto of the French Republic: “Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité” (“Liberty, Equality, Fraternity”).
Lobby: Question Mark (Le Point d’Interrogation) - Silver scale model of the airplane in which the French aviators Costes and Bellonte flew across the Atlantic to New York in 1930 as a return visit of Lindbergh’s historic flight to Paris in 1927. This model, executed in Paris by Cartier silversmiths, is 28 1/2 inches in overall length, measures 48 inches from wing-tip to wing-tip, and is 10 1/2 inches in height. It was a gift of the French Government to Rockefeller Center in 1933.
Lobby refresh just completed in 2021 with new ceiling, speakers, and lighting.