About the Interior Design Building
Located at the heart of one of the nation’s most affluent zip codes, the 110 year-old Interior Design Building houses some of the finest interior design merchants in New York City. The seven floor structure supports a wide array of businesses, from art and antique galleries, to furniture and lighting stores, each specializing in their particular field, offering an experienced collector’s eye amongst geographically and historically diverse interior design products.
Strategically positioned between businesses-dominated Midtown and Manhattan’s elite residential Upper East Side, the building resides in a district renowned for its rich history in arts and design retail, occupying a niche market for such products. A stone’s throw away from the luxurious Madison and Park Avenues and at the center of the design district, the Interior Design Building situates itself perfectly to cater to those who demand the highest quality and greatest scope in interior design and antiques.
The building is open to the public between the hours of 9am and 5pm. Appointments may be booked for personal consultation directly via the merchants. Please see the list of merchants for more information.
New York REIT (NYSE: NYRT) owns and manages the Interior Design Building. The Interior Design Building was purchased in June 2010 by NYRT.
New York REIT acquires and operates a portfolio of commercial real estate located in New York City with a focus on institutional quality office and retail properties.
For further information regarding New York REIT, please see http://www.nyrt.com.
Interior Design Building
306 East 61st Street
New York, NY 10022
Between 2nd Avenue and 1st Avenue, next to the Queensborough Bridge slipway.
The Interior Design building is located conveniently near the 4,5,6 line station at 59th and Lexington and is situated close to or on the M57, M15, Q101, Q60 and Q32 bus routes.
There is a parking garage located on 61st Street, at number 330, or alternatively another located on the corner of 62nd and 2nd Avenue.