Fifth Avenue’s prime location made it an appealing target for acquisition, but Anchor Line saw potential in this property that other developers did not. Accordingly, its strategic plan continues to build out speculative suites in a variety of layouts and floor plans that could be brought to market for immediate occupancy.
The three Fifth Avenue buildings, which date back to the late 1970s and early 1980s, have undergone significant renovations under Anchor Line’s watch. The lobby of each building, for example, has been updated with features such as a garden-on-the-wall, floor-to-ceiling LED walls, comfortable furniture, and charging tables. The firm has also added amenities such as snowshoe rentals, a kitchen, and an open-style lounge.
With the opening of the 8,000 sf Craft Food Hall Project in 200 Fifth Ave. CFHP features great food, gaming, as well as a large selection of craft beers.