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%.

Wooster Street, New York, 10013 Starting at $1700

A rare find in the heart of Soho, this picturesque building matches the hip address, complete with rooftop access. The boutique style office is both charming and proximal to everything SoHo is known for: good food, great art, and of course, all the fashion one could ever hope for.

 

Cross Streets: Grand Street and Wooster Street

Neighborhood: Soho/Tribeca

West Houston Street, New York, 10012 Starting at $1200

You can’t do much better than four floors of office space and a private rooftop in Soho, within quick walking distance to Miss Lily’s, Dante, and The Dutch. Modern, bright, and near everything, this office location provides a bustling, creative atmosphere.

 

Cross Streets: Sullivan Street and West Houston Street

Neighborhood: Soho/Tribeca

Park Avenue South, New York, 10016 Starting at $1500

Park Avenue South features 9,000 square feet of bright, open office space. With 7 phone booths and two large conference rooms on the second floor, as well as an attended lobby with newly renovated, high-speed elevators, this workspace is ready for the next high-power titan of industry.  Located near 6 train at 28th street (1 stop from Grand Central) and a 5 minute walk from the R&W trains.

 

Cross Streets: East 29th Street and Park Avenue South

Neighborhood: Flatiron District

Park Avenue South, New York, 10016 Starting at $1200

Give your team 17,464 square feet and views of Park Avenue South in this loft-style building, great for teams of 80 to 100. Just around the corner is restaurant and cocktail bar Covina, barbecue place Blue Smoke, and go-to casual spot Sarabeth’s.

 

Cross Streets: East 26th Street and Park Avenue South

Neighborhood: Flatiron District

Park Avenue South, New York, 10016 Starting at $1100

This recently renovated building was originally erected in 1970 has a space geared toward companies that want to move toward a more private layout. Nearby Koreatown and Curry Hill will give you a delicious array of lunch options. You've got the Italian of Maialino, the classic American of Gramercy Tavern, and ABC Kitchen by Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Cooking at home? There's a Whole Foods too, and ABC Home & Kitchen to shop for housewares and gifts.

 

Cross Streets: East 32nd Street and Park Avenue South

Neighborhood: Flatiron District

East 29th Street, New York, 10016 Starting at $1100

This 1919 building’s loft space is perfect for those looking for a beautiful, eye-catching midsized boutique office. Clients and employees alike will be greeted by a freshly-renovated lobby and tons of natural light, perfectly nested on the edge of Gramercy, NoMad, and Flatiron.

 

Cross Streets: Park Avenue South and 29th Street

Neighborhood: Flatiron District

Park Avenue South, New York, 10010 Starting at $1000

This historic, renovated building combines charm and status with pre-war architecture and keycard security. A stones throw from Madison Square Park, enjoy the creative bustle of Agency’s Row and the amenities that come with the neighborhood: gym at Equinox or New York Sports Club, dinner at Hillstone or Upland, then hop on one of the many train lines home, all within a two block radius.

 

Cross Streets: East 26th Street and Park Avenue South

Neighborhood: Union Square

6th Avenue, New York, 10018 Starting at $1500

Easily the most convenient location for commuters, Midtown West is home to Port Authority, Penn Station, and Times Square. Not just a commuter hub, you've got the highest caliber of NYC's art and culture: Broadway, Radio City and MOMA. Restaurant options run the gamut, from every chain imaginable to the delicious artisan options in the gastro-hall, Gotham West.

 

Cross Streets: West 37th Street and 6th Avenue

Neighborhood: Midtown West

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