Fire breaks out at Vornado’s 330 Madison

Blaze did not lead to any injuries

New York /
Dec.December 21, 2018 02:50 PM

The fire at 330 Madison Avenue (Credit: Twitter)

A fire broke out on Friday morning at Vornado Realty Trust’s 330 Madison Avenue.

The fire department responded to a report of the blaze around 10:30 a.m., and flames were no longer visible from the street by 11 a.m., according to PIX11.

Workers at the building, located by East 43rd Street, said they left after they saw Christmas lights on fire and thought the decorations may have started the blaze. The FDNY is still investigating the cause.

The fire did not lead to any injuries.

Tenants at the 40-story office building include JLL, Glencore and Abbot Downing. [PIX11] – Eddie Small


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