Office Space for Rent NYC comprises traditional office space with drop ceilings, industrial style loft space or shared executive office space.
Office Space for Rent NYC comprises traditional office space with drop ceilings, industrial style loft space or shared executive office space.

Before entering office space for rent nyc in Google and spending hours researching listings, you must decide what environment suits your company: a traditional NYC office rental or an open plan, creative loft setting.

Traditional NYC Office Rentals

An office for rent with drop ceilings appeals to corporate tenants like accounting, law, financial services, and consulting firms. For these industries, a high density of offices allowing privacy for executives is essential. Concentrated in Grand Central, The Financial District, Times Square and The Plaza District, office intensive space is mainly located in traditional commercial buildings.

Commercial Loft Space for Creative Firms

In recent years, open plan collaborative workspaces in formerly industrial buildings have become extremely popular. With open ceilings, brick walls, oversized windows and concrete or hardwood floors, they usually have a bullpen area that can accommodate many cubicles. Chelsea, NoMad, The Garment District, SoHo and Tribeca have a large inventory of creative loft spaces in strong demand from technology, media and Internet companies. Even some financial services companies are leasing open plan collaborative workspaces in these areas.

  • Office with Useable Terraces in Fifth Avenue Useable Terrace, Midtown Office for Lease Midtown Manhattan office rental with 2 large  terraces. Your employees and clients will love the terraces. Imagine holding corporate meetings and promotional events in an outdoor space with sweeping skyline views.2,315 Square Feet on the partial 15th floors of a former of Fifth Avenue office building. Lobby is attended 24/7.  This space was formerly a showroom and is configured with a large open area, two offices and a wet pantry. Landlord willing to build to suit. 3-10 year lease term. Proximity to Grand Central Station, Penn Station, Bryant Part and The New York Public Library.  Office
    11189 Useable Terrace, Midtown Office for Lease
    384 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10016
  • Below Market Lease Assignment in East 35th Street 245 E. 35th St, Lease Assignment, $9.52/SF, Key Money 245 E. 35th Street, Murray HillGround Space4200 rentable square feetPreferred Use...MedicalCondition...AS IS....2 separate reception areas. 12 treatment rooms. 6 consult offices. 4 patient bathrooms. 1 staff bathroom.One private entrance. A second entrance thru the lobby of the building.Not handicap accessible entrances. No handicap accessible bathrooms.Rent is $40,000 annually...$3,333 per month...$9.52 per yearly escalation on the rentCurrent Real Estate Tax & Building Operations Assessment...$41,373 annually...$3448 monthly ( payable in full in one annual payment every August 1)...This annual figure will change from year to year as Tenant is responsible for 3.3% of annual increases ( if any ) in Real Estate Taxes & Cost of building operations.Term...thru May 14, 2026Key Money...NEGOTIABLE Office
    3332 245 E. 35th St, Lease Assignment, $9.52/SF, Key Money
    245 East 35th Street New York NY 10016
  • Murray Full Floor Prebuilt Loft in Madison Avenue Plug & Play Murray Hill Office Full floor Midtown Manhattan office for lease in elegant Madison Avenue skyscraper. 18,000 Rentable Square Feet. Brand new prebuilt space with 11' ceiling height and polished concrete floors. Brand new kitchen and bathrooms. Perimeter offices and conference rooms. Bright, cheerful and efficient space. Landlord seeking a 5-10 year lease term. Office
    90000 Plug & Play Murray Hill Office
    135 Madison Avenue New York NY 10016
  • Built Out Law Firm Space in Madison Avenue 275 Madison, LAW, P7, 3,252SF, $65 Office
    17615 275 Madison, LAW, P7, 3,252SF, $65
    273 Madison Avenue New York NY 10016
  • Financial District Open Plan Office in Broadway 1,700SF Ultra Efficient Law Firm Space
    Best small law firm space in Lower Manhattan. Built out with 3 partner offices (4th possible) and a large conference room. Windows on 3 sides. 12' ceilings. Tenant controlled HVAC. Concrete floors.Conference can be divided to create 4th office. Lobby attended 24/7. Beautifully maintained, owner occupied property. Located near Lower Manhattan Courts and Brooklyn Bridge. Only $45/SF. Below average loss factor.Landlord also willing to modify the space for tenant seeking a more open plan environment.
    7181 1,700SF Ultra Efficient Law Firm Space
    160 Broadway New York NY 10038
  • Loft Style Office with Industrial Chic in West 29th Street 231 W. 29th Street, Partial 4th Floor Loft Loft 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
    15400 231 W. 29th Street, Partial 4th Floor Loft
    231 West 29th Street New York NY 10001

Short-Term and Flexible Office Rental NYC: Shared Executive Suites

If you need a small space for one month to one year, a shared executive office suite is the easiest solution. Executive office suites are delivered furnished with phone and Internet up and running. With a staff smaller than three people, it will cost you less than renting a private office from a landlord. But, if your staff exceeds three employees and your company can commit to an office for a longer term, you will find that renting your own space directly from a landlord will be far more cost-effective.

Three Key Markets: Midtown, Midtown South, Downtown

Most NYC office rentals are located in Manhattan. They are situated in three major commercial real estate markets: Midtown, Midtown South, and Downtown.

Prominent business neighborhoods include Grand Central, Penn Plaza, Times Square, Union Square, Chelsea, Flatiron, Hudson Square and Wall Street. Each one has a strong identity and attracts specific industries.

Times Square, Grand Central, Wall Street and The Plaza District offer traditional high-end NYC office space for lease in classical commercial buildings. With high-speed elevators, lobby sign in, state of the art mechanical systems, on-site property management, these properties appeal to financial services firms, major corporations, and media firms.

Midtown South has the largest inventory of former industrial buildings with loft space perfectly tailored for young creative businesses, both established or start-ups. This hip area that includes The Flatiron District, NoMad, Chelsea and Union Square attracts emerging industries like social media, renewable energy, virtual currency (Bitcoin), mobile computing and software development.

How Are New York Office Buildings Rated?

 Regardless of whether you need traditional office space, an open plan commercial loft or a short-term executive office suite, it is helpful to understand the differences between “A”, “B” or “C” office buildings:

Class A Buildings: Prestigious and Luxurious

  • Lobbies attended by staff 24/7
  • Air-conditioned lobbies and common areas
  • Property management on premises
  • High level of capital improvements
  • Cleaning services included in the base rents
  • Advanced fire alarm and security systems

Class B Buildings: Affordable & Functional

  • Traditional lobbies and corridors
  • 24/7 tenant access
  • Attended lobbies, mostly during business hours

Class C Buildings: Bare Bones and Cost Effective
Class C buildings offer the most affordable NYC office space for lease. They are usually former warehouse or manufacturing buildings converted to office use. In some cases attended, the lobbies may range from nice and acceptable to bare bones and functional. Class C buildings are great for start-ups that are seeking to an inexpensive office space for rent NYC.

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