Workspaces for Rent in New York City, New York

West 30th Street, New York, 10001 Starting at $1200

This 1912 building has everything you’d want from a Midtown South space: it is close to Penn Station, and seconds away from excellent food, art, and nightlife in Koreatown and Chelsea. The office has wood tiled floors and is full of natural light, need we say more?

 

Cross Streets: 6th Avenue and West 30th Street

Neighborhood: Midtown West

Madison Avenue, New York, 10065 Starting at $1600

Just one block away from Central Park, a sleek space with 22,610 square feet in a building originally erected in 1951. The lobby has round-the-clock security, all close to the 4, 5, 6, N, R, and W lines. Midtown East has a reputation for functionality more than fun, but no more. The neighborhood is packed with hotels and the kind of go-to restaurants where everyone feels comfortable, like The Smith, Rosa Mexicano, and Hillstone. Urbanspace Vanderbilt, a new food hall, provides a bit of Brooklyn, with Roberta’s pizza, Ovenly cookies, and much more. If ever you need a change of clothes, the flagship Fifth Avenue stores from brands high (Louis Vuitton) and low (H&M) are right there. Grand Central is in the heart of Midtown East, making it convenient to commuters. Need a break? Breathe in some nature nearby at Central Park.

 

 

Cross Streets: East 60th Street and Madison Avenue

Neighborhood: Midtown East

5th Avenue, New York, 10176 Starting at $1400

The historic Fred F. French building is a 38-story skyscraper on Fifth Avenue between 45th and 46th Streets. This Knotel location offers 20,000 square feet on the ninth floor, with 12 conference rooms and timeless Art Deco decor. There’s also the can’t-miss Urbanspace Vanderbilt food hall right around the corner—the perfect lunch selection.

 

Cross Streets: East 45th Street and 5th Avenue

Neighborhood: Midtown East

Lexington Avenue, New York, 10022 Starting at $1200

Midtown East is on the rise, and this Knotel location gives you access to it all with 17,204 square feet spanning the entire 7th floor. From the nearby classic Waldorf-Astoria and W New York hotels, to Ess-a-Bagel and Smith & Wollensky, here you’ve got classic Manhattan at your fingertips.

 

Cross Streets: East 50th Street and Lexington Avenue

Neighborhood: Midtown East

Madison Avenue, New York, 10017 Starting at $1700

Right outside of Grand Central Station is the 12-story Art Deco beauty of 400 Madison Avenue. This Knotel locations offers over 25,000 square feet of office space on the 3rd, 4th and 7th floors, in a bustling neighborhood with no shortage of shopping, eating, and drinking.

 

Cross Streets: 47th Street and Madison Avenue

Neighborhood: Midtown East

27th Street, Queens, 11101 Starting at $1000

Long Island City has been growing in popularity for years, and now is the perfect time to move in. There are great bars, like Dutch Kills, lauded restaurants, such as M. Wells Dinette, and art at MoMA P.S. 1.

 

Neighborhood: Queens

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

This 1910 loft-style property features a recently renovated lobby, 24/7 keycard access, and is just blocks away from express buslines and subway stations. With hardwood floors and soaring ceilings, this office is perfect for any team looking for a creative space with a simple, beautiful, light-filled open floor layout.

 

Cross Streets: East 30th Street and Park Avenue Street

Neighborhood: Union Square

Madison Avenue, New York, 10016 Starting at $1200

Enjoy over 15,000 square feet of office space on the 2nd, 3rd, and 12th floors of this centrally located building with an attended lobby, beautiful hardwood floors, and a large skylight on the 12th floor. It’s close to the amazing hotels Ace and The NoMad, and there’s certainly no shortage of excellent restaurants, either.

 

Cross Streets: East 28th Street and Madison Avenue

Neighborhood: Flatiron District

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