$53M renovation aims to create 'more purposeful' office visits

A 42-year-old office tower in Midtown Manhattan is set to get a $53 million makeover. 

Sage Realty announced that 767 Third Ave.—a 39-floor Class A office property—will undergo a $53 million renovation that is designed to update its workplace environment for tenants returning to offices following the pandemic. Both the entrance to the building and lobby will be completely overhauled, with improvements that include new terrazzo floor tiling, wraparound floor-to-ceiling glass, and state-of-the-art turnstiles and elevator cars.

“It is imperative that we offer a dynamic and inspiring work environment that will best support the evolving needs of workers,” said Jonathan Iger, CEO of Sage. “These improvements make 767

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