Looking For Office Space with Views of Central Park?
All Points Lead to Columbus Circle Columbus Circle, radiating from the southwest corner of Central Park as New York City’s roundest geometric public space, offers the best range of classic and contemporary commercial leasing on the Upper West Side—all within the back drop of the super-sleek Time Warner Center.
Bordering three distinct neighborhoods as well as the massive urban playground of Central Park, Columbus Circle’s prized retail location and revamped architectural identity (3 Columbus Circle, Museum of Art and Design) make it an ideal destination for commuters, shoppers, and commercial tenants.
Want your corporate headquarters to face Central Park and have access to multiple city subway lines? Want to be within walking distance of Whole Foods, the Lincoln Performing Arts’ Center, and an impressive array of international retailers? Metro Manhattan office space has extensive experience helping business tenants acquire office, retail, showroom and medical space in Columbus Circle. Call (212) 447-5403 to arrange a tour of available property listings in the Columbus Circle neighborhood.
Explore the Columbus Circle Office Space Inventory
To get the full-experience of Columbus Circle’s commercial office space inventory, it is best to contact a licensed New York realtor or leasing agent who has experience working with the neighborhood’s major landlords. Our team of brokers and leasing agents will show you the spaces that best meet your office space needs. We will research the commercial real estate market on your behalf based on your desired neighborhood, the architectural layout your company needs, your budget as well as building amenities and leasing terms.
Columbus Circle’s Path from Gateway to Grandeur
Frederick Olmstead knew what he was doing when he decided to have a monument erected at the south western corner of his carefully designed Central Park. He knew that a circular public space would not only facilitate vehicular traffic, it would also make the park seem bigger by carving circular rotunda out of a block that would normally square. As one of the great stages for NYC development, Columbus Circle has by real estate years gone rapidly through a series of architectural styles. While its main purpose was to serve as a gateway to the park (marked by a monument that survives to this day) developers quickly saw the potential in the space as a major commercial hub soon after its construction in 1905. By the 1950’s Columbus Circle was overshadowed by the gigantic Coliseum Convention Center, which was subsequently demolished in 2000. What now stands as a complement to Columbus Circle is the Time Warner Center, a sleek and modern but tactful multi-use building that includes a Whole Foods, J. Crew, and on site transportation access. See what other properties make Columbus Circle an ideal neighborhood for your office space needs by calling (212) 447-5403 and speaking with a licensed real estate broker who will work with you to create a specialized property tour of listings.