Finding affordable office space in Manhattan is a challenge for any business, and for may not for profits, it is an especially difficult task. However, it is possible to take advantage of financial incentives available from the government, especially in the Financial District of lower Manhattan. For example, the Commercial Revitalization Program (CRP) offers savings for tenants of up to ten dollars per square foot over the course of five years. The Lower Manhattan Energy Program (LMEP) allows for savings on electricity for tenants of up to 45 percent. The Lower Manhattan Relocation Assistance Program (LMREAP) provides a tax credit of $3,000 per employee for companies that choose to relocate to the area.
Spatial needs vary depending on the mission of the not for profit as well as its size. Some prefer an open office layout while others require separate offices for staff. In order to cut costs, not for profits may choose to sublet office space from another company and share amenities, such as telephone, internet, receptionists, kitchen space and conference rooms.
231 W. 29th Street, Partial 4th Floor LoftLoft style space located just a short walk from Penn Station. Beautiful creative space with 11' ceiling height and polished concrete floors. The current is condition is a white box, but the landlord will build to suit. Perfect space for tech companies, PR or advertising agencies, architectural firms or any creative user seek open plan space with an industrial feel. Office
Fantastic Third Avenue Office Rental with Full TerraceOffice rentals in Midtown Manhattan less than 2,000 Square Feet are a rare commodity today. Often they are dark, expensive, have high loss factors and are not in a choice commercial building.This 1,800 Square Foot office space is an exception, a rare anomaly in a prime class A, modern office building located steps from a Grand Central Station. This office has a USEABLE TERRACE that is at least 300 Square Feet!!! No other small space in Manhattan has this amenity.Furthermore, the landlord, for the right tenant (and the right deal) is willing to completely rebuild this space to your exact specifications. Or if you are a law firm, an accounting firm you can choose to keep the existing installation which consists of three offices and an open area and a small wet pantry. All offices are windowed and have excellent views.This 35 story building was constructed in 1931 and has an extremely modern lobby and all the full amenities offered by a Class A building. The property is owner occupied. Tenants enjoy 24/7 access.If you or your staff commute into Grand Central Station, you can not select a better location for your office lease. You are not more than a five minute walk to the terminal.To learn more about this Grand Central Station gem call Alan Rosinsky at (212) 447-5403Office
8850Fantastic Third Avenue Office Rental with Full Terrace
584-590 Broadway Commercial Loft SpaceMagnificent SoHo commercial loft rental. Penthouse loft space, facing North with panoramic views of Midtown Manhattan skyline. Hardwood floors, open ceilings, built out as open plan with one glass conference room.Office
Lower Manhattan Buildings Popular with Not for Profits
Not for profits are clustered in several Financial District buildings, including 55 Exchange Place and 120 Wall Street, which was designated by the NYC Economic Development Corporation as an Association Center and offers tax advantages to over 30 national not for profit organizations.
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