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601 Lexington Avenue

Mixed Use
Urban Design

Located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan at East 53rd Street and Lexington Avenue, 601 Lexington re-imagines the office building as an urban oasis. Featuring a signature restaurant, food market atrium, retail space, roof terraces, and a sunken plaza, the project engages people and inspires activity at all levels.  

MPFP developed and implemented the landscape design for both the interior and exterior spaces, including an interior façade greenwall, sunken plaza, and signature restaurant terrace. This design consisted of a dramatic rehabilitation effort of an existing open air concourse, interior plantings for a new 62” green wall and contextually sensitive rooftop plantings to match the signature restaurant. MPFP was instrumental in navigating the ULURP process to successfully reimagine this historic POPS, ultimately reinstating a beautiful community asset.


New York, NY


Boston Properties


POPS Plaza Redesign + Roof Terrace Amenity


6,000 SF




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