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About Nelson Tower
The Nelson Tower was once the tallest building in the Garment District, standing 46-story high at 450 Seventh Avenue. Originally owned by Julius Nelson, Nelson Tower was sold to Samuel Kaufman in 1945. Kaufman’s original tenants included the Carnation Company (acquired by Nestle), the Loft Candy Corporation (now Pepsi-Cola), and countless textile firms. Today, Nelson Tower is still one of the most prominent buildings in the Garment District.
Adjacent to Penn Station, 450 Seventh Avenue offers commercial office space available for rent in Midtown, Manhattan in the heart of the Garment District. A renovated front lobby gives the contemporary offices an elegant feel and the building is accessible 24/7. Our state-of-the-art communication infrastructure makes it a great location for any established or developing business. Midtown Manhattan has been a hub for variety of hotels, restaurants, retail stores and other essential businesses. Located between W 35th and W 34th Street, 450 is just a few blocks from Times Square and can be found between Penn Station and Herald Square. A variety of transportation options, hotels, restaurants, retail stores, and other essentials such as banks, the post office, and Starbucks are steps away.
The Kaufman Organization ownership team originated in 1909 and spanned three generations of family. They are a full-service New York-based real estate company leasing office space in Manhattan.