Workspaces for Rent in New York City, New York

Madison Avenue, New York, 10173 Starting at $2700

Madison Avenue is situated between 43rd & 44th Street on Madison Avenue. Madison offers a newly renovated lobby, entryway and elevator cabs. This 23 story building has a stunning glass facade, with floor plates ranging from 30,00 to 40,000 square ft. The office space suite is perceptibly one of the most elegant and extraordinary office suites in the city. With 11 foot ceilings throughout and twenty foot ceilings in reception area, it is not only unique to class A offices buildings but will no doubt impress you with its fine details as well. Madison is situated in the heart of the Midtown, just steps from Grand Central Terminal. This prestigious neighborhood is home to Midtown's most distinguished corporations, best restaurants, finest retail stores and an array of culture. Nearby hotels include the Waldorf Astoria and the Inter-Continental. Tenants will enjoy the benefits of a state-of-the-art office complex at the center of the Grand Central District. 

 

 

Cross Streets: Between 43rd and 44th Street

Neighborhood: Midtown East

Park Avenue, New York, 10016 Starting at $2000

This location in midtown Manhattan is located on Park Avenue, steps from Grand Central Station between 39th and 40th streets. These midtown executive suites, located on the 17th floor of this world class location provides access to virtually any amenity New York City has to offer including fine dining, luxury hotels and the best shopping. These fully furnished executive suites include telecommunications, high-speed internet, and access to conference rooms, reception services, and administrative support on an as-need basis. Our conference room amenities include beautifully appointed meeting rooms and a large conference room for up to 35 people, “on demand” AV equipment, Wi-Fi and catering options. You can reserve rooms by the hour, by the day or by the week. This world-class center is conveniently located near Penn station, the 4,5,6,7, and S subway lines, the M42, M48 and M104 bus and Metro North trains. An on-site Starbucks, Bank of America and Citi banking centers, and on-site child care facility add to the convenience of our stellar location. This New York center is in a world-class location in the heart of Midtown Manhattan and the prestigious 41-story 90 Park Avenue building makes an impressive setting for any professional conducting business at our midtown executive suites.

 

Cross Streets: Between 39th and 40th Street

Neighborhood: Midtown East

Seventh Avenue, New York, 10001 Starting at $1500

This location on Seventh Avenue occupies a fantastic corner plot between 25th and 26th Streets in the vibrant Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan. The 28-story building, once known as the Lefcourt Clothing Center, was built in 1928 and features a restored Art Deco lobby. The property is home to many diverse businesses including specialists in design, healthcare, education and artist agencies, with technology, PR, advertising and architectural firms in the vicinity. Once famous for being the garment district, the area around the center is now noted for its art galleries, health and fitness industry, creative and design companies. The center is easy to get to, as it's just five blocks from Penn Station and close to public transport, including 1, 9, C, E and PATH Trains.

 

Cross Streets: Between 25th and 26th Street

Neighborhood: Flatiron District

Madison Avenue, New York, 10016 Starting at $1200

The 136 Madison center occupies the 5th and 6th floors of a 17-story early-20th century building off East 31st Street in the luxury shopping corridor of New York City's Murray Hill. It's close to the green space of Madison Square Park and a short walk from the famous Flatiron skyscraper. Entry to the elegant building is through a beautiful wrought-iron arched door. Once famous for its advertising agencies, today the midtown section of Madison Avenue is home to marketing firms, premier retail outlets and the corporate headquarters of many different businesses, including communications, energy, investment funds, investment banking, hedge funds, real estate and fashion. For public transportation, the district is well served with the 6 train at 33 St, and with Grand Central and Penn Station close by for commuting to the suburbs. LaGuardia Airport is about 16 minutes away by car. 

 

 

Cross Streets: Between 30th and 31st Street

Neighborhood: Flatiron District

Rockefeller Plaza, New York, 10020 Starting at $2100

A New York City landmark Art Deco building is the distinctive and desirable address of the Rockefeller center at 1 Rockefeller Plaza, off Fifth Avenue. The contemporary center, which can be accessed from the building’s entrances on 48th and 49th Street, is located on the 10th and 11th floors of the original 48-story Time-Life Building. The building is in Midtown, within walking distance of the subway and the Grand Central Station submarket. An entrance marked by a gilded limestone bas-relief sculpture is just one of the impressive features of this stunning building, along with 24-hour concierge, ‘green’ rooftop energy system and after-hours card access. The building is home to a range of corporations including banks, while business neighbors nearby include legal, financial and media and marketing firms.

 

Cross Streets: Rockefeller Plaza

Neighborhood: Midtown West

Third Avenue, New York, 10017 Starting at $1400

The strikingly modern center occupies a prime position in the historic Turtle Bay area of sought-after Midtown Manhattan close to Grand Central Terminal. It is a fabulous corporate location, rich in talent and business amenities. The high-end building features a distinctive brushed stainless steel and painted glass entrance, which provides dramatic entry to the stainless steel and white marble reception with security turnstile access. The center is on the first floor and features bright offices with many windows and light accessed by full-height double-glass entry doors. Corporate neighbors include international and national companies in the finance sector, several in general trading, real estate and creative industries such as publishing. As well as Grand Central, the center is close to major subway lines and buses, with strategic road and heliport access to major New York Airports. 

 

 

 

Cross Streets: Between 46th and 47th Street

Neighborhood: Midtown East

West 34th Street, New York, 10120 Starting at $1100

Located over two floors of a totally transformed former manufacturing building, this Center offers first-rate accommodation in this convenient and vibrant Midtown West business district. From the energy efficient glass curtain wall of the exterior to the upgraded interior marble and stone lobby, this center can't fail to impress. The 26-story building features offices with wide windows offering excellent views of Manhattan. The center is in an excellent location across from Macy's flagship store and its business neighbors include marketing leaders, national airlines, publishers and IT corporations. It is also superbly accessible, being positioned in the heart of the Herald Square transportation hub. The center is a short walk from Grand Central Terminal, Pennsylvania Station, the Port Authority Bus Terminal and PATH. It's also close to every kind of amenity. 

 

 

Cross Streets: Between 6th and 7th Avenue

Neighborhood: Midtown West

Madison Avenue, New York, 10022 Starting at $1700

The Coates Building Center in Midtown Manhattan offers one of the most prestigious addresses at the heart of New York's largest central business and finance district. It is situated on the fifth floor of a 32-story skyscraper that is home to dozens of top professional services companies and a neighbour to the headquarters of major US and global businesses. This class-A building in the Plaza District has a floor-to-ceiling glass façade, with bronze and stainless steel elements, plus a contemporary transparent lobby frontage that connects the space inside with the streetscape outside. The stunning lobby features a water wall and a high-relief sculpture by Robert Perless. The center also benefits from the building’s strong 'green' credentials, which have helped to earn it an Environmental Protection Agency Energy Star Label. Midtown is probably the busiest single commercial district in the US, and also contains world-class restaurants, hotels, shops and cultural venues. 

 

Cross Streets: Between 55th and 56th Street

Neighborhood: Midtown East

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