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 of the city, rich in boutique and loft-style buildings, is a perfect marriage for all the “up and comers” infiltrating the tech industry. And it is not only the buildings, themselves, that present such an attraction to these twenty to forty-year-old “techies”; the commercial spaces within these structures totally lend themselves to the mood and concept of this breakout industry. To be more specific, the typical space found in this market is a combination of high exposed ceilings, wood or… Continue reading

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