711 Third TB

BUILDING ENTRANCE

ENTRANCE AND ELEVATOR CABS

THE LOBBY

the lobby The design of the lobby at 711 Third Avenue creates a space to celebrate the Hans Hoffman mosaic mural. Inspired by modern museum spaces around the country, the lobby becomes an expansive white gallery. White crystalline Greek marble called Thassos was chosen as the finish for walls surrounding the mural, and reflects the mosaic’s bold colors. The use of Italian grey marble Blue De Savoi on the adjacent walls keeps the effect from becoming too overpowering. Thassos stone also serves as a background for another piece of art in this lobby – two polished stainless steel sculptures by American modernist Jose de Rivera. hans hofmann Hans Hofmann was one of the most important figures of postwar American art. He played a pivotal role in the development of Abstract Expressionism and the New York School. The Hofmann 711 3rd Avenue mural is a rare example of Abstract Expressionism standing the test of time architecturally, holding its own among the more narrative murals of Rockefeller Center and the Empire State Building. This mosaic mural was created in 1955 and represents one of only two such works by Hofmann.

STACKING PLAN

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19

18

17

19,025 RSF

20

16

19,025 RSF

19

3,141 RSF

19,025 RSF

15

18

19,025 RSF

17

14

19,025 RSF

16

12

19,025 RSF

15

11

19,025 RSF

14

10

19,025 RSF

12

9

19,025 RSF

11

8

19,025 RSF

10

32,826 RSF

7

17,587 RSF

4,727 RSF

9

6

32,826 RSF

8

19,587 RSF

5

32,826 RSF

7

49,731 RSF

4

6

19,587 RSF

49,731 RSF

5

3

49,731 RSF

49,731 RSF

4

2

49,731 RSF

3

Ground

48,887 RSF

2

AVAILABLE LEASED VIEW THE SPACE

Ground

RECEPTION

SUITE 501

BULLPEN AREA

SUITE 501

PANTRY

SUITE 501

EXISTING CONDITIONS

SUITE 501 – 19,587 RSF

45TH STREET

FLOOR KEY Total Of f ices Corner Of f ices Workstat ions

16

2

63

Conference Rooms

2 1 1

Recept ionist

Pant ry

Total Personnel

80

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TERRACE - ARTIST RENDERING

7TH FLOOR

TEST FIT

7TH FLOOR – 32,826 RSF

EAST 45TH STREET 45TH STREET

Potential Usable Terrace

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Potential Usable Terrace

EAST 44TH STREET

44TH STREET

FLOOR KEY Total Of f ices Workstat ions

48

111

Conference Rooms

4 1 1

Recept ionist

Pant ry

Total Personnel

160

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PROPOSED PREBUILT SUITE 1502 – 3,141 RSF

45TH STREET

44TH STREET

FLOOR KEY Total Of f ices Workstat ions

3 9 1 1 1

Conference Rooms

Recept ionist

Pant ry

Total Personnel

12

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BUILDING SPECIFICATIONS

location

Entire Eastern block front of Third Avenue between 44th and 45th Streets

year built

1955 Renovated: 2009

architect

William Lescaze & Associates

building size

592,772 rsf

building height

Twenty (20) Floors and basement and garage

building construction

• Concrete-encased steel framing supported by steel-reinforced concrete piers Facade: White glazed brick on lower pedestal; glazed blue brick on high-rise tower • Lobby: Thassos stone walls, terrazzo floor and museum-quality lighting; exquisite Hans Hoffman mosaic mural surrounding elevator core

floor layout

Center Core

floor sizes

Basement 26,961 rsf Garage

17,734 rsf 27,802 rsf

Ground

Floors 2-6 48,887–49,731 rsf Floors 7-8 32,826 rsf Floor 9

17,587 rsf 19,025 rsf

Floors 10-20

floor loads

Floor 2

75 lbs psf

Floors 3-20 50 lbs psf

typical slab heights

10’ 6”

column spacing

18’ 9”

elevators

Eight (8) passenger, one (1) freight elevator Loading dock is located on 45th Street

hvac / supplemental

Two (2) 800-ton steam turbine chillers

cooling

Internal air handling units and perimeter fan coil units located on each floor Operating hours are 8am - 6pm, Monday-Friday

electric

One (1) 5,000-amp and one (1) 6,500-amp, 120/208-volt, three (3) -phase service Electric closets on each floor Up to six (6) watts per sq. ft. available for tenant use

life / safety

E dwards 3800 Class E System; building fully sprinklered; 475 kW emergency generator for life safety

security / access

• Coordinated program of controlled electronic access • Electronic surveillance and uniformed security guards on a 24/7 basis • Electronic turnstiles and messenger service

telecom / cable

Verizon, Spectrum, Cogent Communications, Level 3 Communications and Crown Castle/Lightower Wired Certified Gold

transportation

Close proximity to Grand Central Terminal

amenities

Three (3)-level, 165-car parking garage with access on 44th and 45th Streets

energy performance

Energy Star rated, LEED Gold, BOMA 360 Performance Building

NEIGHBORHOOD MAP

InterContinental The Barclay

Smith & Wolensky

Radisson Lexington

Pampano

Hemsley Middletowne

Roger Smith

World of Golf

J. Crew

Django

Bobby Van’s

Café Centro

Yale Club

Naples 45

Menchanko Tei

Patroon

Vanderbilt YMCA

Michael Jordon’s Steak House

NY Health & Racquet Club

Rodale

Oyster Bar

Equinox Fitness

Sparks Steak House

Alex

Oms B

Fitzpatrick

Grand Central Terminal

Macchiato Expresso Bar

Ringo

L’Occitane

Grand Central Market

4 5 6 7 S

Grand Hyatt New York

Ben & Jack’s Steak House

Crisp

Pershing Square

5th Avenue Chocolatiere

Palm

Cipriani

East Japanese

Capital Grille

Soba Totto

Sushi Yasuda

Pietros

Public House

Good Burger

New York Hemsley

United Nations Headquarters

Cibo

Tudor City Place

SUSTAINABILITY

SL Green Realty Corp. is committed to providing market leading initiatives and innovation delivering efficiency, value and health for its Tenants. Our program has achieved success across a broad range of environmental initiatives including energy efficiency, water conservation and recycling. We focus the environmental initiatives within three key areas: Efficiency: Establish programs achieving cost saving through energy reduction, water conservation, and preservation of finite resources. > Comprehensive recycling program, including paper, cardboard, plastic/glass/aluminum, and electronic waste. > Water conservation measures since 2011 have contributed toward savings of more than thirteen million gallons annually, equivalent to more than seventeen Olympic size swimming pools. > Building energy monitoring with “real-time” energy tracking, measuring and benchmarking to optimize building energy use. Since 2009, this portfolio wide program has cumulatively saved $3.5 million. Tenant Experience: Through education, communication, and assistance, we work together with our tenants to ensure healthier and productive work environments, exceeding individual corporate goals for sustainable initiatives. > LEED High Performance Green Cleaning Program. > LEED Standard Operations Policies and Programs including construction management. > Building programs may contribute up to 27 points toward a Tenant’s LEED CI Certification (more than two thirds of the points necessary to achieve minimum certification). > A LEED Certifiable prebuilt and tenant construction program, utilizing LEED-CI guidelines to develop healthy and efficient work environments for our tenants. Industry Leadership: Through participation within the local community and industry, SL Green continues to be market leader, sharing experiences, expertise, and awareness to build participation, collaboration, and sustainable relationships. > SL Green aligned with the US Environmental Protection agency through a 2012 Memorandum of Understanding to build sustainable work environments together. > Recognized in 2011 by Armstrong World Industries within its National Recycling Award, Carpet & Ceiling tile construction recycling program, which has diverted more than 2 million square feet, over 750 tons of debris, from landfills.

> NY State Assembly: Citation for Sustainable Achievement. > The Urban Green Council: Platinum Sponsor and BOD Member. > The New York City Energy Efficiency Corp. Advisory Council.

WE ARE READY TO WELCOME OUR TENANTS BACK TO THE OFFICE CLEANING PRIORITIES — SL Green regularly performs cleaning and disinfecting of facilities, shared surfaces and objects, and other common areas, using Department of Environmental Conservation products identied by the Environmental Protection Agency as effective against COVID-19. — SL Green cleaning staff will target frequently touched building surfaces in:

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SL Green Forward is our ongoing effort to ensure maximum safety, cleanliness, and wellness programs for our tenants. It is an extension of our best-in-class strategy to provide a healthy environment throughout our portfolio.

2 Common Area Doorways

1 Building Lobbies

4 Freight Elevators

3 Passenger Elevator Cabs

Your safety and well- being are SL Green’s number one priority.

6 Shared Amenity Spaces

5 Multi-Tenant Bathrooms

We are taking extra precautions to ensure we are doing our part. Be on the lookout for friendly reminders and guidelines posted throughout the building. These small adjustments will help us all press play on our daily routines.

8 Mailroom /Messenger Center

7 Common Corridors

10 Common Area / Floors

9 Visitor Center

WE ARE READY TO WELCOME OUR TENANTS BACK TO THE OFFICE

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Cleaning Priorities

ENTRY EXPERIENCE

BUILDING ENHANCEMENTS & PROTOCOLS

— Maintain recommended distancing in all public spaces. — Frontline security personnel and concierge staff trained to enforce new policies and protocols . — Face coverings are required for everyone in public areas , lobbies, elevators, bathrooms on multi-tenant oors, amenity spaces, and other shared spaces. — Every building’s lobby desk will be stocked with masks for those who need. — Protective glass barriers positioned at lobby desks. — Now utilizing state-of-the-art, noninvasive thermal- temperature imaging . This system does not track facial biometrics, nor does it maintain temperature data. — Individuals with a temperature of 100.4ºF or greater will be asked to move to a secondary screening area for further steps. — All employees and visitors must be screened . Under current New York guidance, tenants are required to screen daily all of their employees, their visitors, and any vendors working in their rental space. — Existing contactless turnstiles are being upgraded with Bluetooth technology to create a seamless experience using mobile devices. — Floor markers and door signage will direct foot trafc and help maintain social distancing in lobbies and elevators. — Floor decals placed in all elevators to promote distancing. — Digital Captivate elevator screens feature latest building procedures . — Signs and handouts detailing new protocols and hands- free practices posted throughout SL Green properties. — Hand sanitizer dispensers available at lobby desks and outside of multi-tenant oor bathrooms. — All non-essential common areas will be temporarily unavailable.

— SL Green utilizes enhanced hygiene, cleaning and disinfection specications. — SL Green regularly performs cleaning and disinfecting of facilities, shared surfaces and objects , and other common areas using Department of Environmental Conservation products identied by the Environmental Protection Agency as effective against COVID-19. — Optional cleaning services offered to tenants for added disinfection and protection solutions, such as BioProtect and Bipolar Ionization. — SL Green will establish designated space in lobby areas for personal food, ower, or other similar deliveries. — Everyone using the freight elevator will be scanned for temperature with a handheld thermal device and subject to screening. — Construction contractors must comply with the Construction Activities during the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency. — All buildings across the portfolio have increased ventilation with earlier start-up times for SL Green operated air handling units to circulate outside air prior to occupancy. — managed portfolio utilizes MERV 15 or greater air lters , and the remainder of the portfolio will be upgraded to a minimum of MERV 13 air lters. — Air cleaners will be strategically placed throughout lobbies with 9-stage VOC HEPA lters to capture 99.99% of particles. — Where possible, we implemented passive doors for multi-tenant bathrooms to push open and installed hands-free bathroom xtures. — All operations, facility decisions, and policies of our portfolio, including annual testing for incoming water quality, are aligned with the WELL Building Standard . — SL Green Property Management should be informed immediately of any conrmed or suspected exposure in the workplace, including if an employee has been sent home due to reported symptoms.

CORPORATE PROFILE

SL Green Realty Corp., an S&P 500 company and Manhattan's largest office landlord, is a fully integrated real estate investment trust, or REIT, that is focused primarily on acquiring, managing and maximizing value of Manhattan commercial properties. • Owning, operating, and investing in Manhattan commercial real estate for 40+ years • Holding investments in 88 buildings totaling 38.2 million square feet of Manhattan buildings , including • Ownership interests in 28.6 million square feet • Debt and preferred equity investments in 8.7 million square feet • S&P 500 Company listed on the New York Stock Exchange and trades under the symbol “SLG ”

Gary Rosen, Sr. Managing Director 212.216.1687 gary. rosen@slgreen.com Howard Tenenbaum, Executive VP 212.216.1685 howard.tenenbaum@slgreen.com

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