Workspaces for Rent in New York City, New York

Madison Avenue, New York, 10016 Starting at $2700

This 1917 industrial, loft-style building features a recently renovated office with exposed ceilings, concrete floors, and an abundance of natural light. Located in prime Nomad, rooftop bars and fine/casual dining establishments ripe for exploration at every turn.

The sight of the Flatiron Building never gets old, and here you get to encounter it every day in a small but NYC's most in-demand commercial neighborhood. From the multiple restaurants inside Eataly NYC Flatiron to the upscale Indian cuisine at Junoon to the classic cocktail bar the Flatiron Lounge, you don't have to trek too far to have a good time. The Peoples Improv Theatre, Gramercy Theatre, and Madison Square Park offer further entertainment, and you can even schedule a class at Dharma Yoga to chill out.

 

Cross Streets: East 29th Street and Madison Avenue

Neighborhood: Flatiron District

Exchange Place, New York, 10005 Starting at $1800

With 27,000 sq ft of newly renovated space (two 6,000 sq ft suites and one 15,000 sq ft full floor), situated in FiDi is ideal for 40 to 50-person teams. This prime location with a 24/7 attended lobby is easily accessible from the Broad St. Station (J, Z), the Wall St. Station (2, 3, 4, 5), the Rector St. Station (1, N, R, W), and the Pier 11/Wall St. Ferry Terminal.

 

Cross Streets: William Street and Exchange Place

Neighborhood: Financial District

William Street, New York, 10038 Starting at $1700

Down in the FiDi, the 26-story skyscraper at William Street provides nearby access to every major subway line and all that the downtown neighborhood has to offer. The old-timey vibes of South Street Seaport aren’t far, and there you can eat, drink, and watch the water in style.

 

Cross Streets: Fulton Street and William Street

Neighborhood: Financial District

State Street, New York, 10004 Starting at $1500

This area is true to its name, of course, but don't judge a book by it's cover. There’s no shortage of other options for when you want to step away from the spreadsheets and enjoy a bone-dry martini. You can also eat with a view of the Statue of Liberty at Pier A Harbor House, or shop luxe at the breathtaking Oculus or Brookfield Place. For those who live in Brooklyn, the area is extremely accessible by the NYC Ferry Service, an affordable, and far more relaxing way to get around than the subway. All of this is to say: you don’t have to work in finance to get the most out of this dynamic neighborhood.

 

Cross Streets: Whitehall Street and State Street

Neighborhood: Financial District

Cooper Square, New York, 10003 Starting at $2100

This might be the best neighborhood for going out in all of Manhattan. Excellent, casual dining options abound here, including Superiority Burger, Xi’an’s Famous, Empellón Al Pastor, and Little Tong Noodle Shop. There's a bar for every taste too. Want cocktails? PDT or Death & Co. Beer? Blue & Gold and St. Dymphna’s. There’s still a feeling of an older, artsier New York here: the jazz at Jules, cinema at the Angelika, and shows at Public Theater. With modern developments on Cooper Square, you'll see a juxtaposition of new and old, of progress and tradition, of history of the past and excitement of the future: it's as NYC as it gets.

 

Cross Streets: 3rd Avenue and Cooper Square

Neighborhood: Union Square

Union Square West, New York 10003 Starting at $1500

Great, longer-term lease options available in this landmark building in the heart of union square. Highly secure building with beautiful views, and a variety of office suites avaialble. Tenants would be responsible for their own phone and internet service at this location. 

 

Cross Streets: Union Square West and University Place

Neighborhood: Union Square

Avenue of the Americas, New York, 10020 Starting at $1600

Rent in a premium and iconic Class A building right in Rockefeller Center. The Radio City building is a great place to work and meet. Occupying 39,000 square feet on 2 floors, this ready to use office business center offers clients flexible private office space as well as special amenities such as balcony access, business technology and on-site concierge services. The Rockefeller Center building is easy accessible to both the east and west sides and has direct subway access in the newly renovated lobby. New York’s best companies, hotels and attractions are your neighbors. Run your successful business right in the beating heart of New York City with Rockefeller Center office space!

Cross Streets: 50th and 6th Avenue

Neighborhood: Midtown West

Lexington Avenue, New York, 10022 Starting at $2000

This great space is located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan at East 53rd Street and Lexington Avenue. This 59-story building has direct access to the Atrium Shops and Cafes, home to first class shopping, restaurants, and a health club. It also provides the convenience of access to New York City’s five boroughs through its prime location atop a major subway station. The building’s world-recognized silhouette was designed by Hugh Stubbins & Associates and Emery Roth & Sons. You will receive the private, professional and reliable service that you deserve with this Citigroup Center office space.

Cross Streets: Lexington Avenue and 53rd Street

Neighborhood: Midtown East

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