Terrace opportunities at the tower’s setbacks offer private outdoor space for tenants.
Access to natural light makes for inviting, collaborative work areas and breakout spaces.
Generous floorplates allow flexible and efficient layouts of open workspaces.
Prebuilt suites include pantries and kitchen spaces with natural light and views.

Flexible Floor Plates

From large open workplaces to traditional office suites, the Chrysler Building offers a variety of flexible and functional floor plates. Low-rise floors have large footprints, while the upper tower levels offer an exclusive boutique feel—and the building’s most spectacular views. Setbacks at multiple locations along the height of the tower offer opportunities for private terraces with outstanding views.
Renovated elevator lobbies incorporate original Art Deco elevator doors within Gensler’s contemporary new design.
All-new bathrooms feature clean, modern style.

Modern Upgrades

Master architect Gensler implemented building-wide improvements that include all-new windows and efficient new mechanical systems. In addition to a refreshed elevator lobby, adding brighter lighting and bold new signage, Gensler also designed brand-new restrooms, hallways, glass entry doors, and common corridor upgrades that will bring the Chrysler Building into the most current workplace standards with contemporary style and functionality.
The living room offers rec room-style amenities including games tables and billiards, as well as private phone rooms and co-working seating.
The Pantry offers a casual, café-style environment for working, socializing with colleagues, or enjoying a morning or afternoon coffee break.
The club’s exclusive offerings include a dedicated yoga and meditation studio.
Tenants can reserve the club’s board room for large meetings.
Conferencing spaces include a town hall-style meeting space and break-out area.

The Chrysler Club

Designed exclusively for tenants, the Chrysler Club—on the 27th floor amenity level—combines stylish work and leisure spaces with contemporary design. The full-floor club includes a boardroom, conferencing center, library and lounge, yoga and meditation room, open pantry with collaborative breakout seating, and a recreation area—all overlooking a landscaped outdoor terrace at the tower’s setback.
Featuring large windowed expanses overlooking Lexington Avenue, The Counter’s centerpiece bar will offer coffee service in the morning and cocktails in the evening.
The café and bar will feature a grab-and-go coffee counter with its own seating area overlooking 42nd Street.
The Counter’s stylish lounge offers an elegant spot for after-work cocktails and light bites.

Lobby Level

Architect David Rockwell of Rockwell Group, designer of New York’s most memorable restaurants and bars, will bring new life to the Chrysler Building’s ground-floor storefronts. Along Lexington Avenue, a restaurant with coffee service during the morning rush and a bar to unwind after work will reimagine old New York traditions. A café and bar along 42nd street will offer destination dining in fashionable surroundings.
The reimagined Concourse will offer a variety of lifestyle-driven shops and services. Additional retail venues will be curated to provide convenient access to daily desires.
The Concourse’s retail venues, including a boutique wine shop, are envisioned with an eye towards everyday convenience.

The Concourse

Located one level below the lobby and linked directly to Grand Central Terminal and MTA subways, the Concourse offers a wealth of lifestyle-focused services and amenities you never have to step outside to enjoy. Completely reimagined by celebrated architect David Rockwell of Rockwell Group, the Concourse includes exciting new retail, personal care and wellness venues, concierge services, and much more.
The Cloud Club offers lunchtime dining and evening cocktails with exceptional views.
The centerpiece of the reimagined Cloud Club is a glamorous bar inspired by Art Deco cocktail culture.
The reimagined Cloud Club celebrates classic cocktail culture surrounded by magnificent views.
AD100 designer Ken Fulk’s vision for the rechristened Cloud Club incorporates elegant details with Art Deco flourishes.

The Cloud Club

The legendary Cloud Club, where captains of industry once sipped champagne with Hollywood stars, is being reborn on the tower’s 61st and 62nd floors. Completely reimagined by acclaimed tastemaker and AD100 designer Ken Fulk, the new Cloud Club will feature an elegant, contemporary take on the Chrysler Building’s opulent Art Deco style. The bi-level venue, open to the public, will offer daily lunch service, evening cocktails, private dining and conferencing and catered event spaces, all with dazzling views of the skyline and beyond. The North and South Eagle Terraces offer an intimate view of the spectacular and iconic eagle sculptures adorning the building.
Views from tower floors looking north and east towards the East River.
Views from tower floors looking south towards Lower Manhattan.

Views

The world’s most legendary skyscraper boasts some of the most spectacular views in New York City. From its privileged Midtown East location at the intersection of Lexington Avenue and East 42nd Street, directly across from Grand Central Terminal, the Chrysler Building commands impressive vistas from the East River to the Hudson, from the Verrazano Bridge and New York Harbor to Central Park and beyond.