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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WeWork’s Coworking Space in SoHo West

WeWork’s Coworking Space in SoHo West WeWork WeWork, the largest coworking tenant in New York City has an amazing office at 175 Varick Street.  The space, created by designer Dror Benshetrit, is one of WeWork’s unique ventures.  WeWork partnered with Dror to design and help fill the space.  Dror created WeCross; a creative coworking space with tenants from various creative and innovative industries such as design, architecture, communications, and technology.  The large 13,000 square foot space was quickly filled by many of Dror’s contacts and connections in real estate. WeCross The space itself is mainly open with some glass-fronted offices and conference rooms, pantry, quiet work area, and breakout spaces.  The industrial feel of the space itself includes exposed ceilings, large windows, and large duct work.  The design is contemporary in nature with long modern work desks, colorful modern couches for the breakout areas, light wood flooring, and large mirrors.  Dror designed the space with transparency in mind in to foster collaboration. SoHo West | 175 Varick Street SoHo West used to be known as the Printing District, but has been transformed into digital media, publishing, and production spaces.  175 Varick is located in SoHo West, was once a typical building used for loading merchandise.  Now it’s a unique building providing modern amenities like game rooms and indoor bike storage.  The area around the building has been revived with trendy bars and restaurants; an amazing development where such eateries were unheard of in the 1980’s and 1990’s.  Tenants looking to get to this building are within a couple of blocks from 5 subway lines.  ...

WeWork WeWork, the largest coworking tenant in New York City has an amazing office at 175 Varick Street.  The space, created by designer Dror Benshetrit, is one of WeWork’s unique ventures.  WeWork partnered with Dror to design and help fill the space.  Dror created WeCross; a creative coworking space with tenants from various creative and […]

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Coworkrs Brings Chique Coworking Space to Brooklyn

Coworkrs Brings Chique Coworking Space to Brooklyn Coworkrs Coworking Coworkrs offers collaborative office environments for creative agencies, tech startups, and high growth established companies.  They have three coworking locations in New York City; one in the Flatiron area, one in the Financial District of Manhattan, and another in Brooklyn.  Although all three are unique in their character, Unique Work Spaces chose to highlight Coworkrs Brooklyn for its distinctive design. Coworking Gowanus Originally a tile manufacruting plant at 68 Third Street, Coworkrs Gowanus offers freelancers and small businesses a light-filled, airy coworking space, with open common areas, conference rooms, and kitchens that put most office break rooms to pale in comparison.  The decor in the common areas is warm, cozy, and eclectic.  The open ceilings, original beams and walls speak to the building’s industrial past, while carefully curated furniture divides the space into different zones for various office uses. The three kitchens serve Brooklyn Roasters Coffee and beer on tap. Hallways are wrapped in Mike D-designed Brooklyn Toile wallpaper from Flavor Paper.  Internationally renowned and celebrated architect Thomas Leeser was key in transforming the existing industrial space. A few features of Coworkrs Gowanus: The facility can hold up to 500 members 3 floors of 47,000 squared feet 130 private units ranging from 1-8 desks 100 coworking desks 20 dedicated desks 6 conference rooms 9 phone booths Audio recording booth Photo & film studio          ...

Coworkrs Coworking Coworkrs offers collaborative office environments for creative agencies, tech startups, and high growth established companies.  They have three coworking locations in New York City; one in the Flatiron area, one in the Financial District of Manhattan, and another in Brooklyn.  Although all three are unique in their character, Unique Work Spaces chose to […]

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