Whether yours is a short- or long-term lease, the benefits of reducing energy use in your NYC office space are significant. If you haven’t yet signed or renewed a lease, it is important to arm yourself with information. Contact a […]Read more
For many commercial tenants in New York City, the decision to sign a short-term vs. a long-term lease is critical. The terms for Manhattan commercial leases generally range from two to 15 years. Because of the costs required to “re-market” […]Read more
Before calling a New York City commercial real estate broker to help you rent Manhattan office space, ask yourself these eight key questions. Your answers will facilitate your search and help you find the best space at the most favorable […]Read more
When you rent New York commercial real estate, landlords require payment of a security deposit at the time of lease signing. It will be returned to you at the end of the lease provided you comply with all relevant lease […]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