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Tenants at Marx Realty's 10 Grand Central office tower in Midtown Manhattan now have access to an electric house car made by Porsche

Marx Realty Revs Up New Tenant Amenity at 10 Grand Central

Marx Realty has introduced the Marx Mobile at its 10 Grand Central office tower in Midtown Manhattan. A 10 Grand Central-branded Porsche Taycan, a luxury electric vehicle, will serve as the building’s house car and will be accessible to all the building’s tenants through the company’s proprietary Marx Connect software.  

The Marx Mobile is available to transport tenants as they traverse Manhattan: east/west from the East River to Eighth Avenue and north/south from Central Park to Union Square. 

“We are always looking to broaden our already hospitality-rich amenity offerings at 10 Grand Central,” said Craig Deitelzweig, president and CEO of Marx Realty. “Our house car will be available to every tenant on a first-come first-served basis through the Marx Connect app. The Marx Mobile works as an extension of our signature hospitality-infused approach to office design. We can’t wait for our tenants to ride in style.” 


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