Avoid 7 Mistakes when searching for NYC Office Rentals

7 Mistakes to Avoid When Inspecting Office Rentals

7 Missteps to Avoid When Touring Office Space Most commercial office space leases generally have a term of 3 to 10 years. As a result, executives are not accustomed to evaluating potential space. So if you haven't been in the ...
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Tips for Negotiating the Lowest Base Rent on Commercial Space

Tips for Negotiating the Lowest Base Rent on Commercial Space

I'll start with an example of a real situation. Last year, I represented a digital marketing agency with a $9,500 per month budget that was in the market for about 2,000 Rentable Square Feet. They had outgrown their 800 Square ...
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8 NYC Art Deco Buildings Where You Can Rent Office Space

Art Deco, the pairing of exquisite craftsmanship with rich materials, and a clear statement of luxury, glamour, exuberance and overall progress, has a strong presence in New York City. As one of the first truly international styles, Art Deco combines ...
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The 5 Best NYC Office Neighborhoods for Architecture, Design, and Other Creative Firms

New York City is a major art hub, and one of the most sought-after destinations in the world for artists and designers. All the big fashion houses, architecture firms, and design companies operate outposts in the Big Apple, following that ...
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7 Reasons Why Deals Fall Apart in NYC Commercial Real Estate

Like most real estate deals, finalizing a commercial real estate lease agreement is a lengthy process that in some cases doesn't result in the tenant moving into their desired space. It's very important to keep in mind that when a ...
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How Long Should It Take to Find a New Office Space for Your Business?

Manhattan is one of the biggest and most thriving business districts in the world. It’s home to some of the most iconic skyscrapers in the world, which also means it boasts millions and millions of office space that caters to ...
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5 Manhattan Office Neighborhoods Fit for Media, Publishing Companies

With pretty much every industry orchestrating its global activity from New York City, it's normal that some of the largest media and publishing companies have also set up their main offices in the city that never sleeps. Boasting an international ...
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Pet-Friendly Office Space in New York City?

Our four-legged, fluffy companions have long stopped being regarded as just pets and have joined the ranks of family members for many of us. Amusing - and probably also true - headlines abound on social media stating that we take ...
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Check Out Some of the Best Drone Companies That Offer Services for CRE in NYC

Technology is omnipresent these days, and each and every industry has risen to new heights through its innovative powers. The commercial real estate industry is no exception; professionals have come to embrace new technologies and devices, using them to further ...
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Traditional Office Versus Loft Space: Which Should You Choose for Your Business?

Some 40 years ago, the manufacturing sector began shrinking in New York City, leaving behind many vacant buildings in specific parts of the city. Due to rising labor costs, businesses in the industry found it more feasible to relocate their ...
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4 Common Mistakes Tenants Make When Renewing Their Office Lease

In commercial real estate, there are many aspects that tenants need to be careful of, and one such thing is renewing the lease of the space their business is housed in. Considering that the minimum term for a commercial lease ...
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The 5 Best NYC Office Neighborhoods for Financial Services Firms

New York City holds the highest rank among the world's top financial hubs, yet the very first bank and stock exchange in the U.S. was not established here, but in Philadelphia. However, several factors pertaining to geography, economy and politics ...
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