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About the Nelson Tower in Midtown, Manhattan

At 7th avenue and 34th street, the Nelson Tower is at the crossroads of transportation, technology and history. The historical roots of this quintessential New York City neighborhood is a modern hub for business and a centralized starting point for professionals. Just south of Times Square, 450 Seventh Avenue in the Garment District or Fashion District, makes it ideal for any business. At 450 Seventh Avenue, you can find beautiful office space for rent near Penn Station in the Nelson Tower.

The Nelson Tower is close to Herald Square, the Empire State Building, Macy’s Herald Square, Hell’s Kitchen and much more. Whether you are a commuter to Long Island or Upstate New York, Penn Station has twenty-one tracks fed by seven tunnels. It is at the center of the Northeast Corridor, a passenger rail line that connects New York City with Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and intermediate points.

In the 1800s, the Garment Industry was bolstered from the invention of the sewing machine. After the Civil War, manufacturing in the garment industry shifted toward big manufacturers in New York City. The Garment District is not as productive an industry as it was a century ago but remains an important part of history. Today, the neighborhood sits in between 34th street and 41st and has tons of hotels, lofts, and businesses lining the streets. These buildings were once factories and clothing production facilities but have since converted into different businesses.

450 Seventh Avenue has many different office spaces for rent near Penn Station in the Fashion District. Check out the available office space for rent near Penn Station at 450 Seventh Avenue here.