The Mobil Building (the “Building”) is a forty-two (42) story, 1.7 million square foot first class, modern office Building and retail complex, originally constructed as Mobil Corporation’s worldwide headquarters.

Clad in distinctive decorative stainless steel panels, the lower 4 stories of the Building are accented with blueglass panels.  The 150 East 42nd Street and 375 Lexington Avenue entrances to the main lobby are each distinguished by an “eyebrow” arch of stainless steel.

Several different size floor plans provide maximum flexibility in office layout and use of Building Systems.  Each floor plan permits adaptation to accommodate either full floor or multiple tenant occupancy.

The excellent tenant facilities are complemented by an array of the following retail services:  Ann Taylor Loft (d/b/a Loft), CVS/pharmacy, Delmonico Gourmet Food, Foot Locker, RadioShack, Sinigual Restaurant and Starbucks.

The two pedestrian entrances to the property are located on 42nd Street and Lexington Avenue.  A full-size loading dock with four bays is located on 41st Street between Lexington and Third Avenue.  This area is used for deliveries and messenger service.

Located directly across from Grand Central Station, The Mobil Building is well served by many forms of public transportation, all within a short walking distance from the Building.  This location also provides convenient access to the metropolitan airports in the Tri-State area.  Access to the MTA Subway lines #4, 5, 6 and 7 are conveniently located within one block of the Building.  In addition, a multitude of restaurants and other commercial establishments to fill every need are located steps away from the Building.