Views of Central Park – 3 Columbus Circle – Dramatic Office Space

Views of Central Park – 3 Columbus Circle – Dramatic Office Space Dramatic Office Space 3 Central Park has 25,000 – 60,000 sf available on 4 floors. The vacant office space is currently in white box condition. For the tenant that has vision, the space has incredible appeal. The views are amazing and the space has a terrace overlooking Central Park. The floors have 18′ ceilings. For the tenant looking for something dramatic and noteworthy, this is definitely it. Building History – Fusion of Old and New Building was originally an art-deco building built in the 1920’s. Before being redeveloped, it was known as the Newsweek building.  It was recently reclad with a glass curtain wall. It still has its art-deco shape with a new shiny glass skin. They lobby was redone beautifully. Tenants today include Young & Rubicam, Jazz at Lincoln Center and many financial service tenants. Today a massive two story CNN logo is atop the building.                 Neighborhood Neighborhood...

Dramatic Office Space 3 Central Park has 25,000 – 60,000 sf available on 4 floors. The vacant office space is currently in white box condition. For the tenant that has vision, the space has incredible appeal. The views are amazing and the space has a terrace overlooking Central Park. The floors have 18′ ceilings. For […]

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New Construction in Hudson Yards Will Take the LEED

New Construction in Hudson Yards Will Take the LEED 3 Hudson Boulevard 3 Hudson Boulevard, this new construction in Hudson Yards will draw more attention and tenants to the West Side office scene.  This 66 floor tower will rise north of 1,000 vertical feet and provide unobstructed views of Manhattan and New Jersey. With a total of 1.8 million square feet, roughly 1.5 million will be office space use. The remainder on the higher floors will be residential. This impressive yet-to-be-built hi-rise office and residential tower is another example of first class office space on par with 1 World Trade and 11 Times Square.  Completion is slated for 2021. New Construction in Hudson Yards The office spaces themselves, will offer high ceilings, efficient column-free floor plates, exceptional branding opportunities, and 360 degree views.  There will also be a rooftop club, sky garden with large trees protected by glass windscreens, a “sky club” on the top two floors, with swimming pools, terraces, event spaces, meeting rooms, and areas for dining, drinking, and lounging. Leed in Design Designed by FXFowle Architects, one of the unique features of the new construction in Hudson Yards is the twisting design near its top.  The design will allow the buildings’ photovoltaic sunscreens to capture maximum sunlight.  These sunscreens which are integrated into the glass facade will generate 800,000 kilowatt hours of energy per year. In order to attain Leed Platinum certification for the building when it is completed, the developers of this office space are including these building design amenities: wind harvesting rooftop farming heat recovery solar shading photovoltaic electricity regenerative elevators energy-Star efficient appliances ice storage for cooling natural lighting low flow...

3 Hudson Boulevard 3 Hudson Boulevard, this new construction in Hudson Yards will draw more attention and tenants to the West Side office scene.  This 66 floor tower will rise north of 1,000 vertical feet and provide unobstructed views of Manhattan and New Jersey. With a total of 1.8 million square feet, roughly 1.5 million will […]

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Premier Office Space in Manhattan | 425 Park Avenue

Premier Office Space in Manhattan | 425 Park Avenue First New Addition to Park Avenue in 40 Years! Slated for completion in late 2018, 425 Park Avenue between 55th and 56th Streets, is now leasing office floors seeking the highest office rents in Manhattan.  Citadel Investment Group has signed an eleven year lease on the 17-25 floors and 46-47 floors for an unheard of $300 per square foot.  This 47 story 670,000 square foot five star office tower designed by Foster & Partners Architects, will perhaps be most known for raising the bar for premier office space .  It will also be known to be the first building built on Park Avenue in 40 years.  Although this is a new building among the rows of older Park Avenue office buildings, the design of 425 Park will to some extent preserve the traditional Park Avenue look.  Some of the premier office space features will include: Lobby ceiling height of 25 feet Garden terraces on the north and south sides Excellent floor plate shape and column free floors Floors with 35+ foot ceiling height Floor to ceiling glass with minimal steel support Some floors with partial glass ceilings Elevator cabs built in a section adjacent to the main structure allowing the most efficient floor plate possible Top amenities expected for building rents north of $200 per square foot Unique and iconic building design Former Home of Kaye Scholer For quite some time, 425 Park was an eyesore on Park Avenue. The building was predominantly occupied by Kaye Scholer.  When the landlease was up in 2012, Kaye Scholer and a few other tenants moved out. 425 Park was then taken apart brick by brick. Some of...

First New Addition to Park Avenue in 40 Years! Slated for completion in late 2018, 425 Park Avenue between 55th and 56th Streets, is now leasing office floors seeking the highest office rents in Manhattan.  Citadel Investment Group has signed an eleven year lease on the 17-25 floors and 46-47 floors for an unheard of […]

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Green Coworking Space in New York City

Green Coworking Space in New York City Coworking Goes Green Green Desk is co-working with the environment and the community in mind.  They offer offices for month-to-month rent, as well as virtual offices and meeting rooms in all 10 of their Brooklyn and Queens locations.  They have locations in Long Island City, Queens, Greenpoint, Williamsburg, DUMBO and Downtown Brooklyn for their 4,000 users. Green Coworking Spaces in Brooklyn and Queens Although each of these locations shares similar office features such as bright and open spaces, each has a unique feel and focus.  For example, the Williamsburg location at 240 Kent Avenue just one block from the East River, features retail tenants that are mainly “green” or health related ventures.  Much like the Chelsea Market in Manhattan, this location has ground floor tenants selling clothing, food, and vintage items.  The tenants upstairs vary very much as well.  However, there is still a communal feeling among the profusion of office uses in the building.  Fashion, technology, and health industries take up spaces on  floors containing conference rooms, lounge areas, and full open pantry, all while maintaining a collaborative feel. The four floors at 155 Water Street in Dumbo hosts tenants such as web designers, lawyers, and movie producers.  The entire space is powered by wind energy, energy efficient lighting, and recycled office furniture.  At 147 Prince Street in Downtown Brooklyn there is a fashionable and creative feel to the space.  It has a beautiful interior with large exterior windows, and floor to ceiling interior green tinted office and conference windows.  What’s most notable about this location is its convenient proximity to several subway lines into and out of other...

Coworking Goes Green Green Desk is co-working with the environment and the community in mind.  They offer offices for month-to-month rent, as well as virtual offices and meeting rooms in all 10 of their Brooklyn and Queens locations.  They have locations in Long Island City, Queens, Greenpoint, Williamsburg, DUMBO and Downtown Brooklyn for their 4,000 […]

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Views of the Hudson from Hudson Square Office

Views of the Hudson from Hudson Square Office Venture Capital Sublet Availability in Hudson Square Tucked in a relatively quiet area of Manhattan, 95 Morton Street located in Hudson Square, has bright and open office spaces.  Tenants vary between technology, creative, financial and communications related industries.  This seventh floor space is built with 4 private offices, spacious conference room, and full open kitchen with seating.  The space has its own private entrance off the elevators.  BMW I Ventures, a venture capital division of BMW, which utilized its offices here as a coworking environment for startups, is subletting its space. Immediately upon walking into the space, one will notice the attractive buildout of the space.  High exposed ceilings, quality wood floors, and unique interior windowed wall conference rooms, make this an attractive choice for those seeking quality with a commercial-industrial feel.  Add to that, an outdoor lunch area and beautiful views of the Hudson River.          ...

Venture Capital Sublet Availability in Hudson Square Tucked in a relatively quiet area of Manhattan, 95 Morton Street located in Hudson Square, has bright and open office spaces.  Tenants vary between technology, creative, financial and communications related industries.  This seventh floor space is built with 4 private offices, spacious conference room, and full open kitchen […]

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