Leading mid-market private equity firm Sentinel Capital Partners will be moving its corporate headquarters to SL Green’s One Vanderbilt, a 77-story office tower under construction in Midtown Manhattan.
The New York-based company signed a 15-year lease for the entire 28,448-square-foot […]Read more
Office asking rents in Hudson Yards have surpassed $100 per square foot, making this the priciest neighborhood in the city, yet companies continue to flock to the Far West Side. Here’s what’s attracting them.[…]
The first three months of the year saw office leasing activity in New York City thrive, with asking rents reaching new highs in Manhattan, where the biggest leases of Q1 were concentrated. According to Colliers, 68,700 new jobs were added […]Read more
Lease Your Office in NYC’s Most Famous Skyscraper
Do you want to lease office space in a famous New York City office building? If so, you should consider space at 350 Fifth Avenue, The Empire State Building. For name recognition […]Read more
People who are in the market for a new commercial space for their business, be it a retail enterprise, a medical practice, a fashion showroom, a loft style studio or a traditional office space always have the choice of working […]Read more
Over the last five years, backed by the mega-billion private equity investment industry, “tech” firms have swarmed into what was a relatively quiet and benign district of the city, Chelsea, and to some extent, its immediate neighbor, Flatiron. This section […]Read more
Millions of Square Feet of modern New York City office rentals will get delivered to the real estate market in the next few years. Soon enough, tenants will have the choice of relocating to the state of the art buildings […]Read more
Getting the Build Out You Want
When you rent a new location for your existing business or start-up, getting your space built out exactly as you want it is key. If you are an accounting firm that needs 8 offices […]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