Small high end spaces are hard to come by in Grand Central. This space has it all and is located in a building rich with amenities. Built with 2 offices, one conference room, and open area with 12 desks this space is perfect for a hedge fund, family office, or trading firm.
Recently built space in the budding Penn District. The space is built with 8-10 offices, 2 conference rooms, 2 meeting rooms, large high end pantry and open space with room for 90-100 work stations.
New Jersey offers a variety of business incentives to encourage economic development and growth within the state. These incentives can include tax breaks, grants, loans, and other forms of financial assistance to help businesses expand or relocate to New Jersey. Some examples of business incentives in New Jersey include the Grow New Jersey Assistance Program, which provides tax credits to businesses that create new jobs or make significant investments in the state, and the Economic Redevelopment and Growth Grant Program, which provides funding to help businesses improve their facilities and infrastructure.
Overall, returning to the office can provide numerous benefits for a company, from improved collaboration and communication to better mental health and company culture. While remote work may be necessary in certain situations, the office is still an important space for companies to thrive and succeed.
With many companies downsizing there are a lot of subleases on the market. Subleases are great because they’re typically priced below market, come wired and furnished, and offer a shorter term than direct leases. Here are some of the best subleases on the market sorted into 5-10,000 Square Feet and 10-20,000 Square Feet. If you’d like to see the best options below 5,000 RSF or above 20,000 RSF then click here to send us the details of your search.
Welcome to 10 Grand Central, home of the luxurious Penthouse Collection. This exclusive collection of full-floor office spaces is designed by acclaimed architect David Burns of Studios Architecture and the in-house design team of Marx Realty. With dramatic column-free floorplates and ample natural light, the Penthouse Collection is perfect for discerning businesses looking for the best in class office space.
One Vanderbilt, 590 Madison, 250 W. 55th Street, 667 Madison, 425 Park Avenue—these buildings have something in common, and it’s not just their midtown location. They also happen to be some of the most sought-after locations for businesses to move into recent years, according to reports from industry publications like Commercial Observer and Real Estate Weekly. Why do these buildings draw some of the highest ranking hedge funds in the world?
There could only be one number one and for office space in New York City, it’s clearly One Vanderbilt. The building towers above the other surrounding office towers in quality, finishes, views, amenities, and… rent. But there’s a reason why only the best of the best lease space in this building. It’s because being in One Vanderbilt means you’re the top in the top city in the world.
If you’re looking to lure employees back to the office, you might want to consider a move. A recent study found that millennials are more likely than their older counterparts to work from home or from a coffee shop. In fact, 72 percent of millennials say that they are more productive when working from home. In contrast, businesses are finding that the quality and quantity of employee output is much higher when working in an office environment.
Where to Find NYC’s BEST Values in Office Space JACK COHEN SPACES COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE 212-300-3265 firstname.lastname@example.org FIND YOUR OFFICE SPACE Leasing activity is up throughout Manhattan as companies push for and embrace returning to the office. While rents and concessions have seen significant gains in some markets like Grand Central others have been slow […]
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