667 Madison Avenue is widely acknowledged as Manattan's finest boutique office building. This majestic building sits at the corner of 61st Street and Madison Avenue in the center of New York City's most exclusive shopping district. Soaring 24 stories, with 273,114 square feet, this magnificent building is sheathed with a granite facade enhanced by a decorative limestone trim. Its detailed design offers unusually high ceilings with superb finishes. Building amenities include a staffed fitness center and golf simulator for our member tenants' exclusive use. The building's proximity to New York City's abundant transit options as well as its fine and abundant dining couples with chic boutiques; sophisticated health clubs join urbane hotels. Transit ease and area amenities are irresistible to executives and advantageous in recruiting.

Take a moment while you're here to visit the museum-quality pieces that we've collected at 667 Madison. Not only do they offer unique glimpses into history, they each have their own special significance for Leonard Stern, who owns the building.

The armour exhibit is one that Leonard Stern, Chairman of The Hartz Group, Inc. feels evokes the craftsmanship that he hopes will be inspiration to all who see it. Located in the lobby is a full-length portrait of George Washington by Gilbert Stuart and is the only one of seven that is still privately owned. At the entrance, a ten-foot tall bronze Statue of Liberty by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi greets visitors. Lady Liberty was the first to greet Leonard's father, Max Stern, as he embarked on his journey to America from his native Germany. At his first glimpse of the Statue of Liberty on Ellis Island, Max thought, "Now I am going to be free to achieve as much as I am able." He went on to realize the American dream.

Click below to learn more about these world class-exhibits.

Armor Lobby Exhibit at 667 Lady Liberty at 667

Gilbert Charles Stuart
1755 – 1828
The Munro-Lenox Portrait of George Washington