The Yard: City Hall Coworking Space

The Yard: City Hall Coworking Space Space Take a look at The Yard City Hall location just one block from away from City Hall at 116 Nassau Street. You can see without a doubt that the place is created for productivity. It is colorful and adaptable for all situations including meeting in one of the light conference rooms to brainstorming in an open space with your team. City Hall offers proximity to Brooklyn and great pricing in Manhattan. Space is obviously designed well and many find the Yard in appealing alternative to WeWork. Company  The Yard is one of the best co-working spaces in Manhattan. They provide elegant office spaces with collective and private offices. It is one of the best environments if you are launching your company in any industry. You do not need a full floor to start. You need The Yard Co-working. The Yard has much of the cool and unique design of WeWork but is slightly more private and professional. Each location has a completely unique look and feel and there is a convenient location for anyone looking to be south of 42nd Street. View pics from there Herald Square location and Lower East Side location. Location This location is extremely convenient to Brooklyn and the rest of the city. You can walk to work from Dumbo or Brooklyn Heights. Obviously, being close to City Hall, the location can appeal greatly to small law firms who are looking to be in a space more engaging and less corporate than a typical law office.                        ...

Space Take a look at The Yard City Hall location just one block from away from City Hall at 116 Nassau Street. You can see without a doubt that the place is created for productivity. It is colorful and adaptable for all situations including meeting in one of the light conference rooms to brainstorming in an […]

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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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Coworking in the Heart of Flatiron District – qLabs

Coworking in the Heart of Flatiron District – qLabs qLabs Companies, particularly start-ups, looking for an open office environment to grow their businesses should consider qLabs.  With a large open floor plan, built with two full kitchens, seven phone booths, and enough lounge and conference areas to never run out of meeting places, this certainly makes for an accommodating shared workspace.  There’s even coffee, wifi, free printing, 24 hour access, and event space available. This Co-Working shop is in a competitive area of other creative start-ups and technology firms. Coworking Flatiron Located at 16 West 22nd Street just steps away from the famous Flatiron Building, qLabs offers convenient coworking space in the hot Midtown South submarket.  Average asking rents for office space in the area have jumped considerably in the past few years.  This makes more affordable coworking space all the more desirable in this high demand area, where average office vacancies of merely 5-7% is the norm.       Above photos courtesy of Claire Esparros – Homepolish...

qLabs Companies, particularly start-ups, looking for an open office environment to grow their businesses should consider qLabs.  With a large open floor plan, built with two full kitchens, seven phone booths, and enough lounge and conference areas to never run out of meeting places, this certainly makes for an accommodating shared workspace.  There’s even coffee, wifi, […]

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Grand Central Office Building Offers Superb Space Effeciency

Grand Central Office Building Offers Superb Space Effeciency Efficient Office This sublease space, ideal for a hedge fund, was just built. Glass fronted offices,  trading desks, oak conference tables, and large windows on 3 sides with great views, are some of the features. All the furniture fixtures and cabling are included. The high-end trading desks are adjustable and you can work on them standing or standing!   On this particular space on the 26th floor, the office has direct presence off the elevator, with 5 windowed offices, 2 conference rooms, small pantry, server room with supplemental HVAC, and reception area, as well as a bright bullpen area for 18.  All of this neatly packaged in just under a 5,000 square foot office. Rent is approximately $27,500/month.                 800 Third Avenue Perhaps no Class A office building on the East side of Manhattan provides as much office space efficiency as does 800 Third Avenue.  Built in 1972 with 40 floors, Emory Roth and Sons Architects have also constructed other Class A office buildings such as 605 Third Avenue, 345 Park Avenue, 635 Madison Avenue, and One Battery Park Plaza.  Tenants here vary from financial, insurance, communications, and attorneys to name a few. Office tenants, like a hedge fund, can get a quality installation with finishes they will expect from a Class A glass and steel constructed building such as 800 Third Avenue.  Rennaissance Technologies is one of the main tenants in the...

Efficient Office This sublease space, ideal for a hedge fund, was just built. Glass fronted offices,  trading desks, oak conference tables, and large windows on 3 sides with great views, are some of the features. All the furniture fixtures and cabling are included. The high-end trading desks are adjustable and you can work on them […]

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