13 West 36th Street is an 8-story building constructed in 1926 and is owned and managed by M Rapaport Co Inc.
It had been used for manufacturing, but has recently undergone a metamorphosis and has become midtown’s most desirable small building for creative tenants. Each tenant has their own private floor and most floors feature brand new high-end renovations like hardwood floors, original scraped brass window frames, exposed brick or terracotta, independent central air conditioning, and glass conference rooms.
This owner-managed property has a new marble floor in the lobby, video intercom, keypad access, and is undergoing and elevator upgrade. The building is very centrally and conveniently located on an up and coming block that boasts the ultra-luxurious Setai along with three hotels and one luxury rental project scheduled for completion in the next 18 months. The block’s most historic member, Keen’s Steakhouse, still stands as a New York icon.