Psychiatrists, psychologists and psychotherapists all face unique issues in the search for appropriate therapy office space in Manhattan. To begin with, the majority of landlords either outright reject these professions from having a tenancy in their buildings or are uncomfortable […]Read more
Manhattan office space prices are mainly set by location (neighborhood), access to public transportation, office building rating (Class A, Class B, Class C). Improvements that the landlord agrees to make to space for a new tenant also counts.
Landlords quote […]Read more
Once you have found the right space, negotiated business terms, lease language and had your space constructed; you still need Internet cabling and phone jacks installed before you can get to work. You also need furniture for your staff.
Internet […]Read more
How to Research Manhattan Office Space Listings
There are thousands of vacant Manhattan office space listings on the rental market at this very moment. So you would think it easy to find a space that fits your firm’s real estate […]Read more
What to Look for While Inspecting NYC Office Space For Lease
When inspecting NYC office space for lease potential tenants don’t always notice important attributes of a property. People let their emotions interfere when touring Manhattan real estate and don’t […]Read more
Brooklyn Office Space Market Set to Boom
The Lockaway Self Storage Building in Brooklyn is typical of the warehouses and factories that could potentially be converted to office use. This 1890s warehouse, located across from The Brooklyn Navy Yards was […]Read more
If there’s a reason why the Garment Center is once again in vogue, than look no further than the red-hot real estate market for office and commercial loft space — many with open plans and high ceilings — as savvy […]Read more
The new fashion on Seventh Avenue has nothing to do with hem lengths or next year’s colors. Surprisingly, Fashion Avenue, also known as the Garment Center, is the new hot spot for affordable office space with all the amenities and […]Read more
First, there was SoHo. Then followed Chelsea and the Lower East Side. Aspiring artists have always had a home throughout Manhattan, and now it seems the emerging Hudson Square neighborhood is being positioned as an art gallery district.
Development projects in Hudson […]Read more
Do You Want Class A, Class B or Class C? Manhattan Office Buildings are Defined According to Classes
Commercial buildings in Manhattan are informally classified according to a class rating system that looks at the quality and amount of amenities offered. These standards determine the desirability and price of a rental or leased space, hence Class A, B […]Read more
How Long Will It Take You To Lease a New Office In Manhattan?
The commercial leasing process in New York City generally lasts anywhere from a few months to a year. In order to estimate the length of time it takes to acquire a new […]Read more
The commercial real estate market in New York City moves at the same pace as New Yorkers—VERY FAST! This is the largest commercial real estate market in the country with hundreds of properties changing hands every day. Offers get submitted, […]Read more