Medical & Healthcare Office Space Showroom
Charming Madison Avenue 1,280 SF entire 4th-floor office rental with desirable outdoor space. Built out with a conference room, open area, private bathroom, and a private office facing Madison Avenue. Walls are non-load-bearing, and space can easily be modified. The roof deck is accessible through the rear of the space. The lobby is unattended, but there is 24/7 access through an intercom video system. This space would be suitable for medical, office, or showroom use. The landlord would consider modifying the unit on behalf of a credit tenant.
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|Madison & 69th Street
Listing Location & Nearby Public Transportation
68th Street–Hunter College - 5 minutes Walk
67th Street & Lexington Avenue - 5 minutes Walk
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