Asking $60 / RSF
Office sublease through July 2020. Fully built plug and play office space on a coveted Flatiron block. Space is currently built with 3 offices, 1 conference room, full kitchen,...
- 4069 Sq Ft
Asking $65 / RSF
Nice 8,000 RSF vacant built office space right outside of Union Square with dark hardwood floors and high end finishes, featuring 13’ exposed ceilings, 8 glass fronted breakout rooms, and...
- 8000 Sq Ft
Asking $72 / RSF
Fully built plug and play space right off Union Square. Space is currently built with 5 glass fronted and windowed offices/ breakout rooms, one internal glass fronted conference room and one...
- 7800 Sq Ft
Union Square has long been a central gathering point for New Yorkers, from its early days as part of the bustling Rialto Theater district to its current incarnation as a grand thoroughfare easily reached via public transit. On any given day beneath the Metronome art installation, you’ll encounter all walks of life emerging from one of the many subway entrances in the square, from NYU students and young professionals running on a tight schedule, to home cooks looking for that special ingredient at 14th Street’s Trader Joes and Whole Foods locations, to visitors taking in their first awe-inspiring look at New York City in action. A Union Square office is ideal for those who want to engage with the New York experience on a daily basis.
At the heart of the neighborhood, Union Square Park is always brimming with activity, including skateboarders, competitive chess matches, and live music, ensuring there’s never a dull moment to be had. Four days out of the week, you’ll find the park’s Greenmarket Farmers Market offers farm-fresh local produce and meat. The wintertime Union Square Holiday Market is an always enchanting place to find unique gifts.
Union Square’s theatrical legacy lives on at the Daryl Roth Theatre, the former Union Square Savings Bank that now hosts Fuerza Bruta—a thrilling spectacle where performers sing and dance while suspended above the audience. For something more casual, nearby Irving Plaza is one of the best places in New York to see some of the world’s hottest bands.