Foster + Partners reveals designs for 350 Park Avenue

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350 Park Avenue

Foster + Partners revealed the designs for 350 Park Avenue, a 140,000-square-meter office tower in New York. The tower is located on New York’s most famous boulevard, and Foster + Partners is designing its third commercial office tower on this street.

“350 Park Avenue is a new symbol of the rebirth of this world-famous street, resulting from the city’s Midtown rezoning initiative. With its stepped back, gently tapering form, the building follows in the tradition of distinctive towers along Park Avenue, creating a silhouette that is very much ‘of New York’. At ground level, the public landscaped plaza is a generous civic gesture, welcoming people through to the raised double-height entrance lobby. The tower is conceived as a series of glass flutes that maximize light and views out to Manhattan and offer large-span workspaces that benefit from the absence of corner columns. The all-electric tower is designed to meet the needs of the workplace of the future with a variety of flexible floorplates, featuring cascading green terraces and soaring amenity floors that will define a new generation of buildings on Park Avenue.” said Nigel Dancey, Head of Studio, Foster + Partners.

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The building has four double-height super floors that connect with the terraces. These super floors offer a diverse range of town hall spaces, workspaces, and wellness areas. The building has a split lobby, which allows it to be subdivided, ensuring long-term flexibility. Additionally, the trading floor has a ceiling height of about 4.5 meters.

425 Park Avenue is a modern office development designed by Foster + Partners. It was completed in 2022 and is considered to be the first full-block office building constructed on Park Avenue in over 50 years. The building is also the headquarters of the Hearst Corporation. Foster + Partners was responsible for the striking tower that rises above the original 1920s Art Deco building.

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