|425 Fifth Avenue|
|Alternative names||The Envoy|
|Location||425 5th Avenue|
New York City
|Owner||RFR Realty LLC|
|Roof||618 ft (188 m)|
|Floor area||27,291 m² (293,758 ft²)|
|Design and construction|
|Developer||Davis and Partners, LLP|
|Structural engineer||DeSimone Consulting Engineers|
|Main contractor||Tishman Construction|
425 Fifth Avenue is a 618-foot (188-meter) residential skyscraper on Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, in the U.S. state of New York. It was developed by RFR Davis and designed by Michael Graves. It was constructed from 2001 to 2003 and has 55 floors and 197 units. As of July 2016[update], it is the 96th-tallest building in New York City.
The original architect of the project was Robert A. M. Stern before being replaced by Michael Graves. The building utilized air rights from two small adjoining buildings and a zoning bonus for providing a public plaza to maximize its floor area.
The building was topped off in April 2002, and was opened in September 2003.
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