Built in 1927 and designed by architect Charles B. Meyer, who was best known for his public work and most notably the NYC Criminal Courts Building at 100 Centre Street, 192 Lexington Avenue is jewel of a former furniture loft/showroom that is in the heart of the Murray Hill district of Manhattan’s Midtown South submarket. Meyers also designed a multitude of Penn Station/Garment district buildings including 589 Eighth Avenue, 462 Seventh Avenue, 561 Seventh Avenue, 240 & 248 West 35th Street and 125 Worth Street. 192 Lexington has been owned by the Gould family since 1927.
192 Lexington Avenue has evolved from its roots to a Class B+ office building that has the right character for the times. A charming restored deco lobby, latest base building improvements, up-to-date technology and bright, clean efficient floors offering great light and efficiencies to today’s modern office users.