Workspaces for Rent in New York City, New York

Broadway, New York, 10010 Starting at $1500

Entrepreneurs, Free-Lancers and well as Associates of organizations and companies based in other parts of North America and around the world that require a satellite office in New York City, find that having a Full-Time, Fully-Enclosed, Dedicated Office at an Office Business Center to be simply a wise business decision because of the time, effort and money you save by renting an office that is already pre-built and ready to move into. That is why there are over 10,000 Office Business Centers world-wide, with more opening up each day.

Think about it - for the same expense of hiring a Receptionist if you rented a traditional office on your own, you can instantly sign on for a Full-Time, Dedicated Office here that includes: An Elegantly Furnished Office, a Receptionist, Office Management Services, Mailroom and Administrative Services, On-site Tech Support, Cleaning and Maintenance Services, Reception Area and Conference Rooms, Instant Phone and Internet Lines, No Infrastructure & Equipment Outlay, Scalability and Flexibility To Grow, and more!


Cross Streets: Broadway and 25th Street

Neighborhood: Flatiron District

West 40th Street, New York, 10018 Starting at $1800

A short distance from the entertainment and garment districts of New York City is where the Park House business center is situated. Located on West 40th Street in Midtown Manhattan, the building was formerly called Springs Mills and is a NYC landmark. The 21-story skyscraper is on an unusual L-shaped block, allowing access from W 40th and 39th Street. It stands out from the crowd thanks to its slender vertical panel of green glass and once featured in the film The Bourne Ultimatum. Tenants in the building include law firms, software manufacturers, textile companies and tourist offices. The business center is near Bryant Park and Times Square in a zip code that includes over 6,500 businesses. It is close to many Fortune 500 companies and walking distance from the Javits Center, which hosts many leading conventions, trade and consume shows. It's also a convenient short walk from Grand Central subway services and Penn Station.


Cross Streets: West 40th Street

Neighborhood: Midtown West

Avenue of the Americas, New York, 10036 Starting at $1900

Prominently situated in the heart of Midtown Manhattan in the Rockefeller submarket, the 1177 Avenue of the Americas business center is located in a Class A building of extraordinary stature. Built in 1992 and formerly known as the Americas Tower, the property underwent a major renovation program in 2012. Its dramatic 60 feet-high lobby has elegant flamed, polished granite floors and walls, and burnished steel and glass décor. Externally, the façade has a curtain wall of polished coral granite and gray aluminum panels. A conference center on the top two floors offers breathtaking views of New York. The tower boasts a prestigious list of tenants. Corporate neighbours include leading names in media, publishing, finance and international law firms. Midtown Manhattan is the busiest single commercial district in the United States and home to the majority of the city's skyscrapers, including the iconic Empire State and Chrysler Buildings. 



Cross Streets: Between 45th and 46th Street

Neighborhood: Midtown West

Park Avenue, New York, 10171 Starting at $2400

Situated in one of Midtown’s most prestigious neighborhoods, 299 Park Avenue is a Class A building of special distinction, boasting an impressive lobby and sleek corridors, as well as spectacular panoramic views.299 Park Avenue is located between 48th & 49th streets and is steps away from Grand Central Station and just one block from the 4,5,6, and E subway lines. Surrounded by renowned restaurants, luxury shops and first class hotels along with high profile corporate neighbors gives 299 Park Avenue convenience and cachet. 



Cross Streets: Between 48th and 49th Street

Neighborhood: Midtown East

West Eighth Street, New York, 10013 Starting at $2000

One of the best-known thoroughfares in lower Manhattan is home to the SoHo-Hudson Square center in New York City. It’s located in a 23-story class-A office building that includes a green roof on the seventh floor and a plaza on to the avenue, which is known by New Yorkers as Sixth Avenue. The center occupies a great position in the trendy and historic neighborhood of SoHo near the Canal Street metro station. The district has a tradition of attracting the creative industries, including artists and art galleries, publishing, film, dance, fashion and design. Diverse corporate neighbors on the Avenue include a city development agency, a multimedia digital agency, publishers, film production services, telecoms and a dance agency. The area benefits from good connectivity and an educated talent pool. 


Cross Streets: Canal Street and Avenue of the Americas

Neighborhood: Soho/Tribeca

West 31st Street, New York, 10001 Starting at $1500

The 31 Penn Plaza center is in an 18-story, classic 1920s office building also known as 132 West 31st Street. A major upgrade has established this as one of the neighborhood’s top-tier business premises with a new front entrance and refurbished façade, roof, lobby and elevators. The location is central New York City, between Sixth and Seventh Avenues. Vibrant Midtown Manhattan, with its world-famous, iconic buildings and commercial zones, is New York’s largest central business district. Major businesses ranging from financial giants to leading television networks have their headquarters here. Various large-scale office, retail, residential and hotel developments are taking shape along Sixth Avenue, Hudson Yards to the west and around Penn Station. Manhattan is established as the economic engine of New York City with over two million workers commuting in from across the New York Metropolitan Area. 


Cross Streets: Between 6th and 7th Avenue

Neighborhood: Midtown West

Avenue of the Americas, New York, 10019 Starting at $1800

1325 Sixth Avenue is situated adjacent to the 1-2-3-9, B, D & V and E & F subway lines and within a short distance to the Metro North and LIRR Railroads. This 40-story glass and Granite building was built ten years ago and is one of New York's Premier office buildings. The building provides 24 hour, seven day per week access with complete security.The centers are located on the 27th & 28th floors occupying 45,000 square feet. We have 150 office spaces at an average of 190 square feet per office. Four conference rooms are available for clients use as well as two copy rooms, two kitchens and a mail services room. All offices are wired with category -5 cabling for T1 Internet access and for assured telecommunication services. 


Cross Streets: 53rd Street and 6th Avenue

Neighborhood: Midtown West

Broadway, New York, 10001 Starting at $1450

A modernist skyscraper on the edge of the fashionable NoMad neighborhood of Midtown New York is the central location of the 1250 Broadway center. The building is situated on one of the city’s most iconic streets. In this vibrant district (North of Madison Square Park) there are many dynamic, upscale businesses, boutique hotels and retail outlets. Existing tenants in the tower include a major healthcare provider, the worldwide headquarters of a data governance solutions corporation, asset management, stock and bond broker firms. The building boasts a stylish, renovated marble lobby and a sky lounge on the top floor offering views of the Hudson River. It’s easy to get to almost anywhere from here. It’s a short walk from Penn Station.. Located just north Madison Square Park, amenities, and convenient for the port district, major road routes and airports. 


Cross Streets: 32nd Street and Broadway

Neighborhood: Midtown West


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