Unique Work Space

By just about any definition, this opportunity to lease 20,000 sf of office space so unique rarely occurs.

Whether it be the eclectic  interior design, bohemian and energetic location or having your own dedicated building, this office space opportunity will make an immediate impact on anyone who walks through its doors.

Many tenants talk about having their own dedicated building but rarely is this wish realized. It’s so uncommon for the right size building to even come available. Your own  building provides you the opportunity to complete control the employees culture and the visitors experience. If you are looking for something cool and off the beaten track, 137 Second Avenue offers exactly this.

Each floor has its signature style. The eclectic design is a theme throughout and can easily be adopted by the incoming tenant. Whatif, currently occupies the space through the end of the year.

 

Office in the Lower East Side right by St. Marks Place

Walking distance to the ever bohemian St. Marks Place and Thompson Square Park, there is always activity and night life around these streets. Many NYT students call this neighborhood home. You will find a plethora of inexpensive eating options in this neighborhood.  On any given night, there are dozens and dozens of bars to chose from. The choice of dining option is extensive and reasonably priced to accommodate the students living in the neighborhood.

You are also a 3 minute walk away from Facebook’s New York office at 770 Broadway as well as IBM Watson’s office at 51 Astor Place.

 

History of 137 Second Avenue

The unique architecture tell a story. The building was built in 1884 in the extremely populated section of the East Village which was one of the most populated neighborhoods in the world.  At the time of its founding, the clinic was established to offer free outpatient care for the poor and was called the “Deutsches Dispensary” to serve the German American Community of the East Village.

 

Outside Indoors

 

 

Bullpen

 

Breakout Area

 

Meeting Area

 

Unique & Eclectic Design

 

Reception

 

Iron Rails from the Gilded Age

 

Striking Architecture

 

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