Office Space at 853 Broadway

Union Square is a busy intersection in downtown Manhattan where a major cross-street, 14th Street, meets with Broadway. One option for renting commercial office space in the area is 853 Broadway, also known as the Union Building. Designed by famed architects Emery Roth in 1926, the 21-story structure offers an average of over 7,000 square feet of office space per floor. The building is owned by 841-853 Broadway Associates and managed by Jeffrey Management Corp. The elevator system, which includes three passenger and one freight elevators, has been upgraded, and the building entrance is equipped with CCTV surveillance and recording equipment.
Current tenants of the Union Building include H.L. Group, BPI Repro LLC, Big Foote Communications, Magnusson Architecture and Millennium Sportswear Inc. The building’s Union Square location affords easy access to many major subway lines, including the L, N, Q, R, 4, 5 and 6 trains.

Alan set us up in a much better space for less than we had been paying.

By far my most pleasant experience with a broker in searching for an office space. Alan listened to our requirements without judgement, and found us what we needed, where we needed it, and at the price point we wanted. Very responsive to emails and quick turnaround time on all matters. Would give more stars if I could!

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Robert Certilman

It is been such a pleasure dealing with Alan from Metro Manhattan Office Space. He is upfront and honest and tries to find the right space to fit our needs. He was very successful in placing us in a building in New York City that was within our budget.

Thank you Alan and staff for your dedication to the success of my business

Andrew DiSimone

Love this guy! Called him on a Friday, from the train going home. He answered to phone himself and we spoke for over 30 minutes! That’s Great Customer Service! It took only two meetings with him to find a great new space. I was highly impressed with his knowledge, insight to my market.
Highly recommend him!