519 8th Ave- Innovative Recording Studio in Midtown Manhattan

519 8th Ave- Innovative Recording Studio in Midtown Manhattan Grammy Award Winning Office Space Walking into Leila’s Jukebox, immediately you get the feel that you’ve been transformed back in time to the 70’s. Hundreds of vinyl copies line the walls which are exposed by a neon sign that reads “Cool Kids Go Vinyl”. The space is decorated with vintage furnishings like a hightop table whose base is an ATA case, an orange velvet couch, and a jukebox which hangs off the wall. The lounge is around 1600 sq ft with a dining area, sitting area with flatscreen, a glass office, as well as two production suites, one which adorns the piano that Alicia Keys wrote her hit “Empire State of Mind” on. The space is dark and industrial with Edison Bulbs and dark wood paneling which lends well as a casual space to collaborate on ideas but also while hosting events. The space is large enough that it can host industry events as well. Company Leila’s Jukebox is a New York City based recording studio in the heart of Manhattan. Leila’s JukeBox is apart of the Vinyl Crown Collective and serves as headquarters for Vinyl Crown Publishing LLC. In the past they’ve worked with up-and-coming  artists such as H.E.R and Krisirie. The label features artist Saint Cassius, a Grammy award-winning producer who’s contributed on hits such as J. Cole’s “No Role Modelz” and Bruno Mars’ “Just the Way You Are.” Leila’s JukeBox is privately owned by entrepreneur Justin Cobb but can be rented as a studio. Location The headquarters of this recording studio is located at 519 8th Ave which is 2 blocks down from Penn Station. Within walking...

Grammy Award Winning Office Space Walking into Leila’s Jukebox, immediately you get the feel that you’ve been transformed back in time to the 70’s. Hundreds of vinyl copies line the walls which are exposed by a neon sign that reads “Cool Kids Go Vinyl”. The space is decorated with vintage furnishings like a hightop table […]

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Terminal Stores- Just South of Hudson Yards

Terminal Stores- Just South of Hudson Yards Terminal Stores Among the oldest warehouses in NYC, this former storage building has slowly been converting to office space. Among the most unique buildings in New York, this former warehouse use to serve as a distribution facility for cargo that came off the port. It’s columns and support are made of timber. The building takes up an entire city block between 11th & 12th Avenues. Most of the buildings of this caliber have been demolished and converted to other uses. The building is becoming a hipper destination of Chelsea Market and becoming something more akin to a Williamsburg destination. The exterior of the building is something you would expect to see in Red Hook  or some other old American port town.   3,500-5,500 RSF The current availability is for 3,500-5,500 RSF. The Landlord is looking to lease the space as-is. The space can function as a retail space such as a bar or could be used as a traditional office. It is currently being occupied by Uber. Rents in the building are in the $50 and $60s per square foot.   Amenities Current amenities include, Witchcraft, Porchlight, Between the Bread, and LaColombe. Hudson Yards is within a 5 minute walk. The new number 7 subway line is a 7 minute walk away. High-line is a 2 minute walk away.        ...

Terminal Stores Among the oldest warehouses in NYC, this former storage building has slowly been converting to office space. Among the most unique buildings in New York, this former warehouse use to serve as a distribution facility for cargo that came off the port. It’s columns and support are made of timber. The building takes […]

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Tech Space in Hudson Square – 17,000 RSF

Tech Space in Hudson Square – 17,000 RSF Tech Space – 17,000 RSF Incredible opportunity to lease space that is ideal for a creative firm. The floor is updated and shows really well. Asking rents in the building are in the $60’s per square foot. This deal can be achieved in the $30s or $40s. The 9th floor provides very good light and the 15′ ceilings provide even a more spacious feel.     Location Close to Houston Street, nearby amenities include Manhattan’s only winery, City Winery. The 1, 2, A, C, E trains are within one block away. The B, D, F trains are 6 blocks away. The famed corner of Bleeker and Macdougal is Other nearby NYC Landmark’s include: Off the Wagon Cafe Wa Ms. Lilly’s            ...

Tech Space – 17,000 RSF Incredible opportunity to lease space that is ideal for a creative firm. The floor is updated and shows really well. Asking rents in the building are in the $60’s per square foot. This deal can be achieved in the $30s or $40s. The 9th floor provides very good light and […]

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High Line – Office Space

High Line – Office Space The High Line Building The High Line Building is the most coveted office building in Meat Packing District. It also happens to be constructed directly above the High Line.   The Availability There are currently three floors of 7,800 RSF available in this Meat Packing gym. The asking rents are comparable to the most prestigious Midtown office buildings such that are found on Park Avenue. Average monthly rents are $60,000 per floor. The light and views are both amazing. The space is furnished.          ...

The High Line Building The High Line Building is the most coveted office building in Meat Packing District. It also happens to be constructed directly above the High Line.   The Availability There are currently three floors of 7,800 RSF available in this Meat Packing gym. The asking rents are comparable to the most prestigious […]

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SailThru’s Hudson Square Office

SailThru’s Hudson Square Office   Industrial Feel in Hudson Square SailThru, a service-oriented company aimed at helping companies with customer retention, has an office located at 160 Varick Street, aka 10 Hudson Square.  This is a true loft office building with concrete floors and high ceilings throughout the building.  The office space itself, designed by Danielle Arps, has some industrial features such as brushed steel tables and huge HVAC ceiling vents.  Decorated with area rugs, hanging vintage industrial bulbs, and white subway tiles, the decor is certainly loft industrial.  The space features a lounge area, open work area, pantry, conference rooms, and breakout areas. 160 Varick Street Building 160 Varick was in built in 1929 as a 12 story loft warehouse building in an up and coming neighborhood that used to be known as the Printing District.  Nestled close to the Hudson River, this unique neighborhood called Hudson Square has many creative and tech tenants in the area.  The building was renovated in 2011 and has new a new lobby and office windows on each floor.          ...

  Industrial Feel in Hudson Square SailThru, a service-oriented company aimed at helping companies with customer retention, has an office located at 160 Varick Street, aka 10 Hudson Square.  This is a true loft office building with concrete floors and high ceilings throughout the building.  The office space itself, designed by Danielle Arps, has some […]

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