The business center in NYC is in the handsome 35-story Helmsley Building, located at the gateway to Park Avenue, and was designed by architects, Warren and Wetmore, who were responsible for a wealth of prestigious New York buildings including Grand Central Terminal, to which it is connected. The 10th floor offices of this designated landmark skyscraper offer spectacular unobstructed views of Park Avenue. Its superb location puts it at the heart of Grand Central's commuter hub and close to the famous retail district of Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue. It is close to Manhattan's theatre district and financial district. New York is one of the world's finance leaders and home to the world's largest stock exchange. It is also an exciting hub for TV, film and TV, arts and media, publishing and fashion.