Paula Mayo
President/Executive Director

Chong Lee
Property Manager

Miroslav Boyukliev
Assistant Property Manager

All Applicants must be a certified 501c3 organization.

Located on the upper West Side of New York City, The Interchurch Center is a 19-story 600,000 square feet building which houses offices and agencies of various ecumenical, educational and philanthropic organizations.

Newmark Grubb Knight Frank (formerly known as Grubb and Ellis) has been managing The Interchurch Center since its opening in 1960, providing many services to the building and its tenants, such as Security, Front Desk Reception, Fire/Life Safety Management, Engineering, Heating and Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC), Nightly Cleaning, Porter Service, Lost & Found. NGKF also assists the President of The Interchurch Center with Leasing of office space.

The Interchurch Center Building Amenities

All Applicants must be a certified 501c3 organization.

Building Amenities

  • Class A facility with High Quality state of the art systems and exceptional location
  • Rent significantly below market rates
  • Including electricity
  • Cleaning services
  • 24 x 7 access
  • Free CPR/AED training classes
  • Exercise room/exercise classes/showers
  • Energy Star rated building
  • Energy saving windows
  • New cooling tower/chillers

On-site Amenities

  • On Site building management services
  • Free conference space accommodating 10-300 people
  • Free underground parking based on rentable square footage
  • Dedicated bike room
  • Automatic external defibrillators (AED’s) on every floor
  • Subsidized cafeteria, catering for special events
  • Research library
  • Professional Grade Audio-Visual equipment and technical support
  • Low cost High Speed Internet Access/telephone system
  • Fedex, UPS and USPS services
  • ATM on Site

One of the workers at The Interchurch Center came close to explaining the unique spirit of the building when he said that each person working at the Center contributes to the atmosphere of the building through his spirit and feeling of dedication to his/her job.

The Chapel of The Interchurch Center has a moving simplicity of design, keynoted by walls of white rose brick, which conveys a feeling of serenity and worship.

“The Interchurch Center, is a visible symbol of the oneness of many churches in Christ and reflective of the inspiring growth of ecumenism and inter-religious activity.