Asking $56 / RSF
Recently built space in the heart of the Flatiron District in NYC. Space is built with one large conference room, wet pantry, and open area featuring high exposed ceilings,...
- 2,289 Sq Ft
Asking $62 / RSF
For some companies, it’s not just the space that counts but the building is equally important. For those tenant’s 1140 Broadway is a well maintained building well situated 1...
- 2,783 Sq Ft
Asking $60 / RSF
Natural light is one of the top requests from tenants large and small looking for new office space. This hard to find 2,500 RSF full floor in Flatiron has 3...
- 2,500 Sq Ft
Asking $49 / RSF
3 year sublease in Flatiron. Currently built with 5 offices, 2 large conference rooms, open pantry, and open area. Space gets great natural light and features 12’ ceilings, exposed...
- 5000 Sq Ft
Asking $56 / RSF
Office space for sublease in Flatiron. 1 year sublease. Space is on the top floor in a small boutique building featuring large skylights, 2 offices, and open space to...
- 1200 Sq Ft
Asking $62 /RSF
Built space on highly sought after block in Flatiron for lease. Office space is plug and play including furniture and built with glass fronted offices, carpeted floors, exposed ceilings,...
- 10,000 Sq Ft
The Flatiron District, named for the iconic Flatiron Building at its center, was once primarily a commercial zone and has since blossomed into one of the places for fine dining, fun, and fashionable living. It’s also home to prime real estate for both established and emerging companies that are looking for space in one of New York’s coolest neighborhoods.
Choosing office space in Flatiron will place your business in the esteemed company of heavy hitters from across the publishing, advertising, and tech industries, including web-based startup success stories like Yelp, AppNexus, and General Assembly.
Discerning foodies identify Flatiron as a hotbed of modern culinary institutions, such as Eataly, Mario Batali’s multi-tiered Italian pantry and food court, and Cosme, one of the city’s hottest Mexican restaurants. During the workday, a slew of world-class food trucks, such as trendy falafel-purveyor Taim, and countertop meccas, such as the original Shake Shack, pack Madison Square Park with al fresco lunch breakers.
Once the sun goes down, Flatiron offers nightlife for every taste. Find yourself with a paddle in one hand and a cocktail in the other at chic ping-pong lounge SPiN New York or catch the city’s comedy elite (or maybe the next big thing in standup) at Peoples Improv Theater, or the PIT.