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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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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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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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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866 UN Plaza | Office Condo-Dedicated Entrance

866 UN Plaza | Office Condo-Dedicated Entrance Office Condo Purchase Opportunity Consulates and Missions to the United Nations with heavier than normal foot traffic now have a great option for a new office condo.  Great for other types of organizations like IGO’s, NGO’s, non-profits, and other political organizations, 866 UN Plaza packs the convenience of this ground floor office condo with a dedicated entrance. Always Sunny in New York Who Said it Can’t be Sunny Every Day???….. & Night??? Unique to this office, there is a life-like panoramic image of the view of the East River making it difficult to decipher between that and a real view.  Who said you had to pay top dollar to get a million dollar view? The space features immediate access from the FDR Drive and steps from the United Nations. The ask for the office condo space is $28,000,000 or about $1,300 per square foot.  866 UN Plaza was converted from a lease building to condo in 2015.  This provides a good buying opportunity for government entities and other not-for-profits who can receive real estate tax exemptions.     Dedicated Entrance This 8,000-24,000 sf space offers a dedicated entrance. Great for tenants such as schools, medical uses and consulates which happen have many visitors. The building is mostly occupied by consulates and mission who appreciate the close walk to the UN.      ...

Office Condo Purchase Opportunity Consulates and Missions to the United Nations with heavier than normal foot traffic now have a great option for a new office condo.  Great for other types of organizations like IGO’s, NGO’s, non-profits, and other political organizations, 866 UN Plaza packs the convenience of this ground floor office condo with a […]

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