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
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
How much does it cost to use a commercial real estate agency when you are in the market to rent Manhattan office space? Are you going to be liable for a hefty commercial real estate brokerage fee once a lease is […]Read more
You make an appointment to see a New York City commercial space that, judging from some online photos, appears to be ideal for your business. It’s got a great location, reasonable rent, and just enough square footage. But when you […]Read more
Insurance and liability requirements are among the many complex issues that your commercial lease will address. Negotiating lease terms for New York City office space is the primary responsibility of your attorney. But Metro Manhattan Office Space, an experienced commercial […]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
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
Tenants in the market to relocate or acquire expansion space in New York City are usually surprised to learn how limited vacant office space in Manhattan really is. On top of that, they are often surprised at how rent rates […]Read more
A Manhattan office relocation can be a tricky and often overwhelming experience. There are so many moving pieces to a business relocation that in order to be up and running in your new space on time, careful planning months ahead […]Read more
The New York City commercial real estate market is enormous, accounting for about 15 percent of our nation’s total. And while it’s true that Manhattan is home to the heart of that commercial real estate market, New York City office […]Read more
Few commercial real estate markets in the world rival that of New York City, where locating and leasing the right office space is paramount for a start-up business in NYC. From the Upper East Side to Battery Park, start-up entrepreneurs […]Read more
Mistakes when leasing NYC office space can be costly, especially if you are renting in high-demand commercial real estate areas like Manhattan. The New York City commercial real estate market is different from that of smaller cities. The terms and conditions […]Read more