Asking $45 / RSF
South facing very bright recently refinished space on the top floor of an older building. Landlord recently installed new wood floors and pendant lights and will construct new conference...
- 2,425 Sq Ft
Asking $49 / RSF
Don’t have the time or patience to build a space? This plug and play space in fully built with refinished hardwood floors, exposed ceiling, 2 glass fronted conference rooms,...
- 8,323 Sq Ft
Asking $49 / RSF
Nice bright built space in a well managed building. Space features hardwood floors, exposed ceiling, pendant lights, 1 glass fronted conference room, 1 glass fronted office. Landlord would consider...
- 2233 Sq Ft
Asking $58 / RSF
Fully furnished 3 year sublease in a great Chelsea neighborhood. Space is densely furnished with over 90 desks and built with several conference rooms and a large cafe style...
- 9661 Sq Ft
Home to NYC landmarks such as the High Line, Chelsea Pier, and Chelsea Market, this once forgotten neighborhood has reinvented itself as one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Midtown South. Part of Silicon Alley, Chelsea’s rich industrial past has is unearthed as old manufacturing and warehouse buildings are renovated to house some of the worlds most well know technology and startups such as Google, IAC, and more recently Peloton and AppNexus in newly renovated office space.
Chelsea is one of the best locations in NYC for the lunch crowd. There are an endless supply of restaurants for employees to grab a quick bite or take lunch back to the office. Some favorites are Sweetgreen although you can often wait on lines out the door, Hill Country for authentic BBQ, and Los Tacos No. 1 at Chelsea Pier for the quick taco fix.
You’ll have no shortage of things to do after work in Chelsea. From small bars like Bo’s on West 25th Street to the Highline Ballroom, a live music venue, you could go somewhere new every night of the year.