Home > New York > New York City

Office Rentals in NYC, New York

3rd Avenue, New York, 10022 Starting at $1275

From Rockefeller Center to Grand Central Station, Midtown East is a bustling pocket of business—and this coworking space at Third Avenue puts you right in the action. Seven floors in this 18-story tower are dedicated to this space, featuring art-filled lounge areas, unique conference rooms, and sleek private offices. Commuting is simple with the E, M, and 6 trains within walking distance and several buses stop nearby. Looking to change up the workday? Take a lunchtime walk through Central Park, or spend the afternoon working from this functional outdoor terrace. Professionals of every stripe descend upon Midtown East daily.

Cross Streets: East 53rd Street and 3rd Avenue

Neighborhood: Midtown East

West 18th Street, New York, 10011 Starting at $1150

Teams of all sizes are at home in our Union Square office space for rent, spanning seven floors and featuring hallmark amenities like onsite staff, fully-stocked printing stations, and private phone booths. Meet with clients in this art-filled lounges, kick off big projects in collaborative conference rooms, then touch base with the team in one of these sleek private offices. Commuting is a breeze with the F, M, N, L, Q, R, W, 4, 5, and 6 trains within walking distance. Plus, the surrounding shops, restaurants, and entertainment options make for a seamless transition from work to play. To put yourself at the forefront of business in Union Square, rent a workspace at West 18th Street today.

Cross Streets: 8th Avenue and West 18th Street

Neighborhood: Union Square

East 49th Street, New York, 10017 Starting at $1150

Enter through the impressive three-story, art-filled lobby and make your way up to Tower 49—New York office space that revels in Midtown realness. These developed 16 floors of private offices and coworking space with incredible views of nearby landmarks like Radio City Music Hall, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and Rockefeller Center. This glass tower is iconically 1980s business and this incorporated playful power-broker designs with a little Grace Jones-inspired boldness. Spaces devoted to new mothers, brainstorming, and events reimagine the classics for the modern workforce.

Cross Streets: Madison Avenue and East 49th Street

Neighborhood: Midtown East

Queens Plaza North, Long Island City, 11101 Starting at $1264

Stake your claim in New York City’s fastest-growing community. Bringing together creators from a variety of industries, It features two floors of prime office space in a neighborhood known for its industrial roots. Formerly a hub for factories and manufacturing plants, Long Island City is now a hybrid hotbed of art and business. JetBlue’s corporate headquarters is nearby, while Silvercup Studios—an NYC staple for film and television production—shoots just down the street. For those seeking cultural inspiration, MoMA PS1 and Museum of the Moving Image offer nearby access to the arts. Ample transportation options—including the E, F, M, R, N, W, 7, and G trains, the Q30, Q60, and Q101 buses, and the East River Ferry—put the entire city within reach.

Cross Streets: 27th Street and Queens Plaza North

Neighborhood: Queens

Hudson Street, New York, 10013 Starting at $1175

This three floors of sunny TriBeCa coworking space unlike any other. Located inside a 12-story building that overlooks the Hudson River and Lower Manhattan, members from a range of industries love this shared workspace for its thoughtful design, vibrant community, and easy access. The 1, C, and E trains are nearby, making the commute from uptown, Penn Station, and Brooklyn a breeze; those who commute from New Jersey have direct access via the Holland Tunnel. Your team will love our signature offerings—from unlimited micro-roasted coffee and custom art to support from onsite staff. After work, entertain clients or celebrate team wins at one of the neighborhood’s many posh eateries and trendy bars. For everything you need to make your business world go round, this workspace is the ticket.

Cross Streets: Canal Street and Hudson Street

Neighborhood: Soho/Tribeca

Lexington Avenue, New York, 10022 Starting at $1175

Between the United Nations Headquarters and the luxury shops of Fifth Avenue, this coworking space at Lexington avenue is the place to be. Five floors of this 35-story tower are converted office space, featuring expansive lounge areas, collaborative conference rooms, and productivity-fueling private offices. Take a call from the beautiful outdoor terrace, or kick off a big project in the onsite brainstorming room. Commuting is simple with the 6, E, and M trains all within walking distance. After work, discover the variety of restaurants in the area or take the team for a tour of the Museum of Modern Art nearby. Whether you’re in media, advertising, government contracting, or technology, this coworking space at Lexington avenue will put you right in the action.

Cross Streets: East 51st Street and Lexington Avenue

Neighborhood: Midtown East

7th Avenue, New York, 10018 Starting at $1250

Historic design meets modern amenities at this office space for rent in the Garment District. Seven floors in this art deco tower are dedicated to the workspace, featuring light-filled lounges, bookable conference rooms, and sleek private offices. Commuting is simple with Penn Station, Times Square, Port Authority, and Grand Central Station all within walking distance. After work, head to Bryant Park for a sunset concert, or explore the abundance of theaters and restaurants in the area. From custom office suites and dedicated desks to all-inclusive amenities and flexible agreements, this Seventh Avenue office spaces set you up for success. Rent a workspace today.

Cross Streets: West 37th Street and 7th Avenue

Neighborhood: Midtown West

East 34th Street, New York, 10016 Starting at $1500

This is a global network of workspaces where companies grow together. At this convenient address, discover floors of coworking and private offices that cater to needs you didn’t even know you had. These spaces are designed to promote productivity whether you’re a team of one or 100, and month-to-month flexibility means your space is just as agile as you are. Plus, one all-inclusive rate makes things easy. Any workspace can have a lounge, but ours are decorated with custom murals. Your old office might have had a coffee pot, but ours has a micro-roasted coffee bar and fresh fruit water. We’ve considered every detail so you can focus on your business. Beyond desks, staff, and amenities, find a community of forward-thinking companies and in-house events that connect you organically.

Cross Streets: Madison Avenue and East 34th Street

Neighborhood: Midtown East


41 - 48 of 264 Properties