A sunset view of Madison Square Garden in New York City
Street view of a brand new office building in the center on NYC

A Beacon
For Innovation

5 Penn has been a hub of collaboration, communication, and technology for the world’s leading companies for over 100 years. A commitment to not only keep up with changing office trends – but stay one step ahead of them – continues to enhance the employee experience.

Today, the building sits at the epicenter of New York’s premier tech corridor – ready to champion a new generation of office users with more opportunities to share ideas, follow their passion, and find fulfillment throughout the workday.

Stunning industrial office space with exposed brick and metal
A high-class, luxury office building lobby with shiny black walls
A new office building in NYC with multi-colored exterior lights
Glowing, luxury front door entrance of the 5 Penn Plaza building
A vast office space with a high-tech, modern interior design
A cityscape of office buildings and skyscrapers viewed from a deck
A cityscape of office buildings and skyscrapers under a blue sky

A Tech Revolution is Underway

Midtown West boasts the highest concentration of the world’s top tech companies, including Amazon, Facebook (Meta), and Apple.

From Hudson Yards to the Penn District, a new wave of residential, office, and retail development has followed suit, putting 5 Penn at the center of Manhattan’s fastest-growing neighborhood.

Corporate Neighbors & New Development

Farley / Facebook (Meta) Building
Moynihan Train Hall
Madison Square Garden
Pink, purple and blue 3d map of Manhattan and the 5 Penn building
HUDSON YARDS
  • Facebook Meta logo
  • Black HBO logo
  • Pfizer logo
  • Point 72 logo
  • AB logo
  • SAP logo
  • Warner Media logo
  • Black BCG logo
  • BlackRock logo
  • Black Coach logo
MANHATTAN WEST
  • Black Amazon logo
  • Lyft logo
  • Peloton logo
  • Accenture logo
  • Skadden logo
  • Black RGA logo
  • NHL logo
  • Cravath, Swaine, & Moore LLP
THE PENN DISTRICT
  • Facebook Meta logo
  • Black Apple logo
  • AMC Networks logo
  • Black Cisco logo
  • Black Dell EMC logo
  • Small WSP logo
  • Black Amazon logo
  • SAP logo
  • Foot Locker logo
  • Wells Fargo logo
  • Madison Square Garden logo
  • Black Home Advisor logo
Color map of the Hudson Yards, Manhattan West and Penn Districts
Key:
  • MTA Subway Entry
  • Penn Station Entry
  • Moynihan Station Entry
6 min walk

to Hudson Yards Shops & Restaurants

3 min walk

to Manhattan West Shops & Restaurants

A trophy-class office space with light wood floors and cabinets
Rooftop Tenant Lounge
14’

high slab heights

Rooftop

tenant lounge and wraparound terrace

9’

oversized windows

Modernized

and renovated elevators and infrastructure

Gensler-designed

and renovated lobby

24TH FLOOR
  • Rooftop Tenant Lounge
ENTIRE 23RD FLOOR
  • 29,000 RSF
  • Available Now

*Available via Landlord right to terminate in place Tenant with 6-month notice

ENTIRE 19TH FLOOR
  • 29,000 RSF
  • Available Now

*Available via Landlord right to terminate in place Tenant with 6-month notice

PARTIAL 16TH FLOOR
  • 15,000 RSF
  • Available Now
PARTIAL 12TH FLOOR
  • 15,000 RSF
  • Available Now
PARTIAL 9TH FLOOR
  • 15,000 RSF
  • Available Now

Full-Floor Growth Opportunity 1/2024

ENTIRE 6TH FLOOR
  • 29,000 RSF
  • Available Now
ENTIRE 3RD FLOOR
  • 29,000 RSF
  • Available Now
ENTIRE 2ND FLOOR
  • 25,500 RSF
  • Available Now

*Approximate Square Footages

Availability

Full and Half-floor Opportunities

White and teal blue tenant work floor plan with separate offices
Blue and white tenant work floor plan with conference rooms
Upper level north and south tenant work area floor plans
North and south tenant work area floor plans with reception areas
A dark brass metal wall with raised lettering and words

100 Years
of Innovation

5 Penn debuted in 1916 as The Printing Crafts Building. Deemed by The New York Times as the “tallest and most imposing business structure on Eighth Avenue,” 5 Penn was the nation’s largest printing and publishing building at the time.

Today, the gilt panels of former publishing tenants above the entrance and artwork throughout the lobby pay homage to the building’s history. Proximity to the city’s main post office (Farley Post Office today) and adjacency to Penn Station were key ingredients in the building’s success more than 100 years ago, and continue to make it a powerful home for entrepreneurs today.