Photos: © Eric Laignel for Ted Moudis Associates

J.T. Magen builds National Football League headquarters in midtown Manhattan

NFL’s Park Avenue offices include outdoor terraces and an officiating command center, plus an AstroTurf waiting area.

One of the NFL’s most important goals for the project was to carry its strong brand identity throughout the design. Our team worked closely with the NFL’s Creative Group to develop a design that celebrated the NFL brand, while providing the organization with an amazing workspace.

— Ted Moudis Associates, architects

Photo credit: © Eric Laignel for Ted Moudis Associates

The legendary Superbowl trophies and winners’ rings are awe inspiring, but we like to think that the stunning showcases displaying these sports awards are awe inspiring, too.

National Football League offices earn awards and popularity

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    Best Design & Construction of a New Facility 101,000 – 300,000 sq. ft.

    2013 International Facility Management Association (IFMA), New York City Chapter

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    Top 25 Most Popular Offices of 2013

    Office Snapshots

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Project Facts

National Football League
Address: 345 Park Avenue, New York, NY
Size: 225,000 sq. ft.
Architect: Ted Moudis Associates
MEPS engineer: Robert Derector Associates
LEED: LEED Gold

LEED Gold
A glass wall panel inscribed with marking of NFL game-plays at the National Football League’s New York headquarters on built by J.T. Magen & Company Inc on Park Avenue.

Photo credit: © Eric Laignel for Ted Moudis Associates

NFL Graffiti: The glass office fronts are decorated with football play diagrams. Play call strategy, from offense to defense, blitzes to two-point conversions, is NFL DNA for both the brand and physical office.

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