Office Space for Lease in Grand Central Station

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Office Space for Lease in Grand Central Station


Arguably the best selection of affordable Class A offices for lease are available in the Grand Central Station neighborhood. Out of 171 buildings in this submarket, 72 of them are Class A. There is a great selection of small offices (1,500-5,000 Square Feet) for rent and landlords are negotiating deals for quality prebuilt offices at surprisingly competitive rental rates.

It is no surprise that Grand Central has such an inventory. Midtown Manhattan grew up around Grand Central Terminal. When the current terminal opened in 1913, the city’s central business district, long concentrated in Lower Manhattan shifted to Midtown. In 1930, the Art Deco Chrysler Building, was completed, and was at the time the tallest building in the world. In the heart of Grand Central neighborhood, it contains more than two million Square Feet of trophy Class A office space.


With the recent spike in commercial rents in Midtown South, Grand Central commercial real estate is cheap compared to Chelsea, Madison Square and Murray Hill. So, for many potential tenants, the question is: would I rather pay $75.00 per Square Foot for a Class B loft building near Madison Square Park or would I lease Grand Central office space in a Class A landmark building with 24/7 access for $58.00 per Square Foot?

Voracious demand in recent years for commercial loft space by Internet and technology start-ups has driven up rents in neighborhoods with affordable office and commercial loft space. Now, in comparison, rents for Grand Central office space are a relative bargain and many New York City businesses are taking advantage of this opportunity.


Once upon a time, Grand Central Station used to be associated with traditional, somewhat stodgy office intensive spaces, with drop ceilings. This is changing. Landlords in buildings such as One Grand Central Place and The Graybar Building are reconfiguring new space; removing drop ceilings to expose 11’ foot ceilings, open up office intensive environments to create open plan collaborative workspaces that appeal to Internet start-ups, technology companies and creative users.


Cost effective office rentals in top notch Class B buildings are on the market near Grand Central Station. With the look and feel of Class A office space, your company can lease offices in these hidden gems at surprisingly affordable rental rates. Whether you are a start-up or an established business, there are dozens of desirable B buildings for your business in this premier Manhattan neighborhood. Examples of some terrific Class B properties are The Chanin Building, 315 Madison Avenue and 501 Fifth Avenue.


Grand Central Terminal is one of the premier transportation hubs in the region. It serves Metro North trains as well as the East Side 4, 5, and 6 local and express subway lines. The 7 subway line and shuttle along 42nd Street are also accessible from the terminal. In addition, most Grand Central District buildings are within easy walking distance of the Sixth Avenue subway lines (B, D, F, V).

In some cases a short walk isn’t close enough! When you establish your business at One Grand Central Place, The Graybar Building, 370 Lexington Avenue, you benefit from direct access from Grand Central Terminal directly to your office space. Is it is snowing outside? You don’t even have to cross the street to catch the subway. Your business meeting ends at 10PM? You can walk downstairs to catch the next train or subway.


Grand Central Terminal has undergone extensive refurbishment in recent years and shines as one of the city’s jewels, a destination for fine shopping and dining. The neighborhood abounds in hotels, restaurants, and stores. Nearby sights include the United Nations Headquarters, the Chanin Building, the former Daily News Building, the New York Public Library, and Bryant Park, Midtown’s backyard. Park Avenue north of Grand Central Terminal remains one of the most prestigious corporate addresses in the world.


Companies that lease offices in the Grand Central Station neighborhood include law firms, accounting firms, banks, financial services firms, and range from Fortune 500 powerhouses to modestly sized firms operating out of the older office buildings. The area is also home to a tremendous range of goods and services providers, including national and independent retailers.

To schedule a property tour of Grand Central Station office space, 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!