200 Madison Avenue


200 Madison Avenue, New York, New York, 10016
Borough:
Manhattan
Neighborhood:
Midtown South
Rentable Sqft(k):
750
Floors:
1926
Built:
26
Available ISPs
Carrier Cable Type Network Type Distribution Level Point of Entry
Verizon Copper Phone or Cable company network Full Distribution Madison Avenue
Verizon Fiber Type 1 - fiber carrier network with owned cables entering building Full Distribution Madison Avenue
Spectrum Coaxial Phone or Cable company network Full Distribution Madison Avenue
Cogent Fiber Type 1 - fiber carrier network with owned cables entering building Partial Distribution West 36th Street
AT&T Fiber Type 1 - fiber carrier network with owned cables entering building Partial Distribution Madison Avenue | West 36th Street
Verizon FiOS Fiber Type 1 - fiber carrier network with owned cables entering building Partial Distribution Madison Avenue
Broadview Fiber Type 2 - Internet Service Provider riding another company's cables Partial Distribution via Verizon
M2ngage Fixed Wireless Rooftop-based wireless connection Direct to tenant space only Rooftop Antenna
Spectrum Fiber Type 1 - fiber carrier network with owned cables entering building Partial Distribution Madison Avenue
Verizon Enterprise Fiber Type 1 - fiber carrier network with owned cables entering building Partial Distribution Madison Avenue
Crown Castle Fiber Fiber Type 1 - fiber carrier network with owned cables entering building Partial Distribution West 36th Street
Lightpath Fiber Type 1 - fiber carrier network with owned cables entering building Full Distribution Madison Avenue | West 36th Street
Smart Choice Communication (SCC) Fiber Type 2 - Internet Service Provider riding another company's cables Direct to tenant space only via Verizon
Building Infrastructure
Building has multiple points of entry (protected conduit locations) for telecom wiring Yes
Building locates telecommunications equipment in a... Shared closet or 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? Yes
Readiness
Building has signed Point of Entry Agreements (POEs) in place with carriers? Yes - for some 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
Additional Questions
In Common Areas, is free Wi-Fi available as an amenity to tenants? No
Is there a Distributed Antenna System (DAS) or Small Cell equipment in place for cell phone service? Carrier Specific
If so, which carriers are present? Verizon Wireless
Are there any data centers in the building? No
Do the building's Points Of Entry enter from different sides of the property? (e.g. North, South, East, West) Yes
Is telecommunications equipment in the building located above grade (to prevent possible damages from flooding)? No
Is there a building provided back-up generator onsite to provide tenants and telco providers with reliable back-up power? No
Is there a building provided Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) onsite to provide tenants protection from brief power outages? No
Does the building have a first responder system in place? Fire Department Approved System
Is the building LEED Certified? If so, at what level? Silver
Is the building Energy Star certified? Yes