Like death and taxes, there are certain expenses that can’t be avoided. For instance, if you you have a New York City office space rental, your commercial lease is going to have an escalation clause and your rent will increase every […]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
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
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
The finest commercial properties in Manhattan are Class A office buildings. Public corporations, large law firms and financial services companies tend to gravitate to these buildings as tenants who are willing and able to pay higher costs. Rent for Class […]Read more