Restored To Its Original Splendor, Modernized For Today.

440 Ninth Avenue is an Art Deco original, newly restored to offer a stunning selection of cutting-edge workspaces in the heart of New York City’s most desirable and central neighborhood.

Built in 1927 and previously known as the “Harding Building,” 440 Ninth Avenue is located on the corner of Ninth Avenue and West 35th Street, just steps from Penn Station, the Lincoln Tunnel, and bustling Hudson Yards with its vast array of parks, restaurants, and high-end retailers.

The historic eighteen-story building features a classic stone masonry façade, multiple setbacks, and a spacious, lushly landscaped terrace.

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Building on Its Historical Past

Like the ever-changing city and neighborhood in which it resides, 440 Ninth Avenue seamlessly blends its historic past with its present-day identity as a modern workspace. A recent renovation thoughtfully preserves the building’s Art Deco aesthetic while offering innovative, open offices, and the following updates:

  • Full restoration of the iconic stone masonry façade with terra-cotta detailing.

  • A grand lobby that greets guests and tenants upon arrival and serves as an intimate gathering place. Renovations also include new elevator cabs, exterior entries, and a new energy-efficient heating system.

Grand lobby renovations
Grand lobby renovations
14th floor
14th floor
14th floor
Renovated Canopy

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NEIGHBORHOOD

History: An Era of Productivity

Mid-1950s: Elevated train on 30th Street and 11th Avenue - Courtesy of Kalmbach Media
Mid 1950s: East view along 30th Street from elevated train platform - Courtesy of Jim Shaughnessy
Early-1900s: U.S. Post Office on 8th Avenue at 33rd Street - Courtesy of NYPL
Circa 1927: Corner of 9th Avenue at 35th Street - Courtesy of NYPL
Circa 1929: Elevated view of Hudson Rail Yards - Courtesy of NYPL
Mid-1800s: Street-level freight trains - Courtesy of Kalmbach Media

Today: A Vibrant Bustling Neighborhood

A Sense of Place

New York City’s newest neighborhood, Hudson Yards has already established itself as a preeminent art, culture, culinary, retail, and nightlife destination.

Conveniently located near Penn Station, Times Square, and the Lincoln Tunnel, the neighborhood not only serves as a modern-day metropolitan hub, but it also boasts spectacular green spaces and parks, including the High Line and Hudson River Park.

440 Ninth Avenue is ideally situated at the nexus of Hudson Yards, Chelsea, and the Garment District, providing tenants access to everything that all three booming neighborhoods offer.

Views from the High Line
Hudson River Views
The Shed at Hudson Yards
The Shops at Hudson Yards
Wild Ink at Hudson Yards
Hudson Yards Station
Seamore's at Gotham Market
Title Boxing Club
Parcelle Wine Store
Tavola | Hell's Kitchen
Tavola | Hell's Kitchen
Blue Bottle Coffee
34th Street & 8th Avenue
Moynihan Train Hall

Incomparable Convenience

For New York City commuters, accessibility is the ultimate luxury—and it is one that 440 Ninth Avenue offers in abundance. Multiple modes of transit service the neighborhood with easy access to Penn Station, the Path Train, the Lincoln Tunnel, the Port Authority Bus Terminal, the NYC Ferry, plenty of subway lines, and a 30-minute commute to either Newark Liberty International or LaGuardia airports.

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BRANDING + CREATIVE