Tishman Speyer, on July 2, filed a permit application for a $2.1 million renovation of one floor of the MetLife Building at 200 Park Avenue in Midtown.
The plans call for a rehab of the 54th floor in the 797-foot tall, 59-story office building.
The project is described in the filings as: application filed for energy compliance to be filed in conjunction with the general construction scope of work. No change in use, egress or occupancy.
Robert Derector Associates is the architect on the application.
On June 19 and June 25, Tishman filed two permit applications totaling $7.25 million worth of renovation work on floors 7 and 54 of the MetLife Building.
Tishman purchased the building for over $1.7 billion dollars in 2005 but currently only owns a 3 percent stake.
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