Tour 295 Fifth Ave

Tour 295 Fifth Ave, The Textile Building

Photos Courtesy of Tribeca Investment Group, LLC

Explore the newly renovated spaces inside one of NYC’s most historic buildings!

  • Learn about the full renovation of this 100+ year old building (originally built in 1920) that was previously home to NYC textile tenants and now serves as innovative office space
  • Travel up to the new 2-story 35,000sqft penthouse that crowns the existing renovated structure
  • Admire the overbuild finishes that mirror the existing building’s architecture
  • Step inside the new lobby and amenity spaces designed by Studio Mai, an LA-based interior designer with a long history of high-end hospitality design
  • Notice the reclaimed wood details taken from a warehouse in lower Manhattan that was built in 1892, older than the original 295 Fifth Avenue
  • Enjoy a stroll through the courtyard garden

About the event:

Known as the ‘Textile Building,’ 295 Fifth Avenue is 700,000 square feet and over 100 years old. Originally built in 1920 by notable builder George Backer, 295 Fifth was previously home to NYC textile tenants and at that time was considered the finest structure on Fifth Avenue. Now, it is being redeveloped by Tribeca Investment Group to create the ideal workplace for today’s office workers. Designed to blur the lines between work and relaxation, the lobby of 295 Fifth boasts a welcoming indoor-outdoor vibe, with biophilic elements interspersed throughout, open, light-filled areas and tonal, earthy color palettes that evoke feelings of comfort and warmth. The 5,400-square-foot entry space plays off the energetic hustle and bustle of a typical lobby while still creating dedicated pockets for guests to enjoy a coffee, catch up on work or socialize with colleagues and friends. Seen around the lobby are communal workspaces, jungle-esque landscaping, custom designed furniture and intentional “mistakes” to spark a sense of playfulness.

On this guided tour of the building, you’ll explore the lobby, travel up to the penthouse, and learn all about the historic building’s adapt reuse transformation!

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