Sixth Ave/Rockefeller Center Office Space

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Sixth Ave/Rockefeller Center Office Space

Legendary Commercial Real Estate

Nothing in America has the visual impact of Sixth Avenue (Avenue of the Americas) in the 40s and 50s, with its blocks of colossal buildings offering office space for rent.

Between 48th and 51st streets and Fifth and Sixth avenues is the legendary commercial real estate complex known as Rockefeller Center.

Among the Classiest Office Space New York Has to Offer

The first phase of Rockefeller Center was built in the 1930s by John D. Rockefeller Jr. The world had seen nothing like it before. Never before had skyscrapers been harmoniously grouped around beautiful landscaped plazas and promenades. It has been widely imitated but never equaled. Rockefeller Center is a magnet for tourists, who come for the famous ice skating rink, to see the world’s most famous holiday tree, and to see shows at Radio City Music Hall, which is part of the center.

But it is primarily an office building complex serving the commercial real estate needs of a wide variety of companies. Tenants include major media companies such as NBC (the “Today Show” studio, on the ground floor at the corner of Rockefeller Plaza and 49th Street, is a big tourist draw), Time & Life, book publishing giants Simon & Schuster and McGraw-Hill, and News Corporation. In recent years, Tishman Speyer has taken over management of Rockefeller Center and substantially upgraded its facilities.

Walk to Your New York Office Rentals from the Subway without  Going Outside

Transportation could hardly be better. Sixth Avenue/Rockefeller Center is served by the Sixth Avenue subway–the F, V, B, and D trains. At Rockefeller Center, the subway station opens right into the vast underground concourse that connects all the center’s buildings. It is perfect for rainy day commuting. The area is also easily accessible by the Eighth Avenue and Lexington Avenue subways.   The Midtown Manhattan area is loaded with amenities. One can dine inexpensively in the eateries in Rockefeller Center’s underground concourse, or lavishly in some of the city’s finest restaurants. Sixth Avenue/Rockefeller Center also boasts numerous hotels, including the New York Hilton. Culture is served by the world-famous Museum of Modern Art, as well as by the American Folk Art Museum, the Paley Center for Media, and other outstanding institutions. The Theater District is next door, and Rockefeller Center has Radio City Music Hall and the “Top of the Rock” observation deck atop the General Electric Building at 30 Rockefeller Plaza.

To learn more about Rockefeller Center office space listings call principal broker, Alan Rosinsky at (212) 447-5403.

Alan set us up in a much better space for less than we had been paying.

By far my most pleasant experience with a broker in searching for an office space. Alan listened to our requirements without judgement, and found us what we needed, where we needed it, and at the price point we wanted. Very responsive to emails and quick turnaround time on all matters. Would give more stars if I could!

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Robert Certilman

It is been such a pleasure dealing with Alan from Metro Manhattan Office Space. He is upfront and honest and tries to find the right space to fit our needs. He was very successful in placing us in a building in New York City that was within our budget.

Thank you Alan and staff for your dedication to the success of my business

Andrew DiSimone

Love this guy! Called him on a Friday, from the train going home. He answered to phone himself and we spoke for over 30 minutes! That’s Great Customer Service! It took only two meetings with him to find a great new space. I was highly impressed with his knowledge, insight to my market.
Highly recommend him!