485 Madison Avenue

485 Madison Avenue, New York, New York
Borough:
Manhattan
Neighborhood:
Midtown East
Rentable Sqft(k):
295
Floors:
25
Built:
1929
Available ISPs
Carrier Cable Type Network Type Distribution Level Point of Entry
Verizon Copper Phone or Cable company network Full Distribution
Verizon Fiber Type 1 - fiber carrier network with owned cables entering building Full Distribution
Time Warner Cable Coaxial Phone or Cable company network Full Distribution
AT&T Fiber Type 1 - fiber carrier network with owned cables entering building Full Distribution
Pilot Fiber Fiber Type 1 - fiber carrier network with owned cables entering building Full Distribution
Level 3 Fiber Type 2 - Internet Service Provider riding another company’s cables Full Distribution
Verizon FiOS Fiber Type 1 - fiber carrier network with owned cables entering building Full Distribution
Lightower Fiber Type 1 - fiber carrier network with owned cables entering building Full Distribution
XO Communications Fiber Type 1 - fiber carrier network with owned cables entering building Full Distribution
Time Warner Cable Business Fiber Type 1 - fiber carrier network with owned cables entering building Full Distribution
Building Infrastructure
Building has multiple points of entry (protected conduit locations) for telecom wiring Yes
Building locates telecommunications equipment in a... Dedicated room
Is there spare capacity to install new telecommunications equipment in the building? Yes
Building has riser space that goes from the basement to the top floor in a closed, protected environment? Yes
Building risers can easily support service delivery from the addition of any new ISPs within the current infrastructure (without additional build out work)? Yes
Building has two or more diverse riser locations? No
Readiness
Building has signed Point of Entry Agreements (POEs) in place with carriers? Yes - for all carriers
Does building management have a boilerplate agreement in place? Yes
Does building management have the capability to bring in additional new service providers into the building to cover new service requirements demanded by tenants? Yes