Bloomberg Tower is a 1,400,000 sq ft (130,000 m sq) glass skyscraper on the East Side of Midtown Manhattan
, New York City
. It houses the headquarters of Bloomberg L.P., retail outlets, restaurants and 105 luxury condominiums. The residences are known as One Beacon Court and are served by a separate entrance.
The tower is the 15th tallest building in New York
City and the 46th tallest in the United States
. It stands at 55 stories tall, reaching 806 ft (246 m).Located at 731 Lexington
Avenue, the building occupies the same block where Alexander's department store once stood. It opened in 2004.
Bloomberg L.P., seeking to consolidate its operations into one space, negotiated a deal with Vornado Realty Trust to lease 700,000 sq ft (65,000 m sq) of office space at the base of the tower, even though One Beacon Court was originally intended to be a residential building.As part of the deal, Bloomberg was able to design the office to suit the company's needs, which included space for rows of uniform desks for approximately 4,000 employees.
Primary retail tenants include the first large national chains to open stores in the neighborhood, namely The Home Depot, H&M and The Container Store.The tower is also home to Sirio Maccioni's Le Cirque restaurant which moved from The New York Palace
Hotel in 2006.