|Address:||11 West 19th Street||Class:||B|
|Cross Streets:||19th & 20th Streets||Size:||288,010 SF|
The 11-story office building at 11 West 19th Street in the Flatiron District was built in 1904. Nestled between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, the building features arched windows and an elaborate cornice, and is a recognizable architectural gem on 19th Street. Throughout the years, the building has been renovated to meet modern standards, and currently offers 280,000 square feet of commercial office space, under ownership by Block Buildings.
280 KSF of Class B Flatiron Office Space
The office building at 11 West 19th Street features 280,000 square feet of Class B Midtown South office space, as well as 20,000 square feet of retail. The property offers full floors of 26,000 square feet, and amenities like 24/7 building access, on-site property management by Savitt Partners, a newly renovated, attended lobby, and newly renovated elevators. Entrances are located on both sides of the building, at 19th and 20th streets, offering easy access to many restaurants, shops and public transportation lines in the area.
Getting to and from 11 West 19th Street
11 West 19th Street benefits from an excellent location between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, with access to various public transportation options, including the F, M, L, 1, 2 and 6 trains.
Who is renting office space at 11 West 19th Street?
The office building at 11 West 19th Street is home to various big-ticket, office-using tenants in industries such as media, fashion, marketing and technology. Notable tenants on its prestigious roster include Capital One, Tory Burch, DigitasLBi, Universal Music Group, Time Warner Entertainment, Nautica Design Studio, and Pottery Barn Kids.
How much is the rent price for office space at 11 West 19th Street?
Office asking rents at 11 West 19th Streets tend to be roughly on par with the Midtown South average, which reached a record-high of $84 per square foot in 2019, per CBRE. Companies operating in a wide range of industries are attracted to the office space offerings of Midtown and Midtown South, even if large-block availabilities are limited. New developments at Hudson Yards and other Midtown submarkets are likely to temper the high demand for quality office space in Manhattan.