Workspaces for Rent in New York City, New York

Led by the financial district, New York City is undergoing a record economic expansion post recession, with job growth in the private sector up by as much as 38%.

Union Square West, New York, 10003 Starting at $1400

Get a homey feel right by Union Square at this 24,000-square-foot loft property. There are hardwood floors and an exposed ceiling for an open, airy office from which you can overlook the park. The historic building has been a home to businesses since the end of the 19th century, from men’s clothing to button-makers to architecture firms.

 

 

Cross Streets: East 14th Street and Union Square West

Neighborhood: Union Square

West 17th Street, New York, 10011 Starting at $1500

Light, airy, and with an absolutely killer location, you’ve got it all at this Union Square office. There’s easy access to all of the busy area’s restaurants, bars, and shopping, but a great bonus? The classic cocktail spot Raines Law Room is just across the way.

 

Cross Streets: 6th Avenue and West 17th Street

Neighborhood: Union Square

West 17th Street, New York, 10011 Starting at $1200

This location features beautiful open and flexible floors at the proximity of Union Square and the Flatiron building.  You're at the nexus of about a billion (or, ok, five) subway lines, so you can escape to wherever else you need to go with ease. Union Square Park is home to some of the city's best shopping, eateries, and (sometimes) street-performers in the plaza. Let's not forget the biggest bookstore in the city, Strand, the massive Greenmarket, and short walk to the iconic Washington Square park.

 

Cross Streets: 6th Avenue and 17th Street

Neighborhood: Union Square

West 17th Street, New York, 10011 Starting at $1300

This 1920 building has high ceilings, floods of natural light, and a Union Square address, combining charm, convenience, and credibility. You'll never be want for food, art, or entertainment: the office is but blocks away from the galleries in Chelsea, one block away from shopping on 5th Avenue, and less than a block from Union Fare's industrial style gastrohall.

 

Cross Streets: 6th Avenue and West 17th Street

Neighborhood: Union Square

West 17th Street, New York, 10011 Starting at $1000

This loft-style office is sure to impress, the high ceilings and an abundance of natural light making it an ideal space for any small team that needs a private floor. Just off Union Square, the city-block long gastrohall, Union Fare, is just down the block: you couldn't ask for a more convenient location.

 

Cross Streets: 5th Avenue and West 17th Street

Neighborhood: Union Square

Broadway, New York, 10012 Starting at $1000

Any business would be lucky to occupy this sleek, modern office space in the heart of Soho. There are four floors, with between 3000 and 6000 square feet available, and even an outdoor terrace on the 11th floor. All of this, and it’s accessible by the B, D, F, M, R, W and 6 trains.

 

Cross Streets: East Houston Street and Broadway

Neighborhood: Soho/Tribeca

Broadway, New York, 10012 Starting at $1200

Who wouldn’t want access to two rooftop decks in Soho, not to mention incredible shopping options? That’s what you get at this 14,100 square foot loft building, which also counts hot spots Balthazar and Jack’s Wife Freda as neighbors.

 

Cross Streets: Spring Street and Broadway

Neighborhood: Soho/Tribeca

Varick Street, New York, 10013 Starting at $1300

Get natural light down in this Soho space, located next door to City Winery, known for its tasty wine list, delicious food menu, and wide variety of acts. This Knotel on Varick features 14,500 square feet each on the 3rd and 8th floors, and here you’re close to almost every major train line.

 

Cross Streets: Spring Street and Varick Street

Neighborhood: Soho/Tribeca

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