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West 48th Street, New York, 10036 Starting at $1100

This beautiful, light-filled loft building recently had it’s lobby renovated and is just steps from the subways, shops, and prestige of Rockefeller Center. With access to the penthouse roof deck, you’ll want to show off your space to guests and take in some of the best views Midtown has to offer.


Cross Streets: 5th Avenue and 48th Street

Neighborhood: Midtown West

West 30th Street, New York, 10001 Starting at $1000

On the border of Chelsea and Midtown, this standout 1925 building is blocks away from major transporation hubs and some of NYC's finest art galleries, restaurants, and nightclubs. High ceilings accentuate the high-end details in the suite; outside, the 224 West 30th Address imprinted on building's tower for the rest of the city to see.


Cross Streets: 7th Avenue and West 30th Street

Neighborhood: Midtown West

West 41st Street, New York, 10036 Starting at $1300

Spy the bright lights of Times Square from this Midtown West location, which is also not far from the Port Authority and Penn Station. With 17,500 square feet across two floors, you’ll have room to grow, right in the heart of it all.


Cross Streets: 7th Avenue and West 41st Street

Neighborhood: Midtown West

6th Avenue, New York, 10001 Starting at $1100

Find a touch of Instagram-friendly funkiness at this place in Herald Square, which offers up high, exposed ceilings, a lobby attended to 24/7, and 9,700 square feet of space. This is right near everything, from Penn Station to the most famous Macy’s store around.


Cross Streets: West 31st Street and 6th Avenue

Neighborhood: Midtown West

7th Avenue, New York, 10018 Starting at $1100

This 1929 Art Deco building is the perfect hybrid of faithful restoration paired with state of the art renovations, updated with with wood and concrete floors, loft-like ceilings. It's just blocks away from the major transportation hubs: easy for your team to get to work, swanky enough to impress clients, and difficult to ignore the building's spectacular views.


Cross Streets: 39th Street and 7th Avenue

Neighborhood: Midtown West

West 38th Street, New York, 10018 Starting at $1000

Once synonymous with Fashion Week, Bryant Park has taken on life of its own. With this Knotel location, you can take advantage of it all. It boasts six floors with both private and open office plans, as well as a private roof deck.


Cross Streets: 5th Avenue and West 38th Street

Neighborhood: Midtown West

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


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