NYC’s Hottest Office Space Market
From 30th Street to Tribeca, the area known as Midtown South is quickly becoming the hottest office space market for both traditional and trendy industry businesses in New York City. Up until recently, the only buildings in Midtown South desirable for office space were clustered around Madison Square, exemplified by the Flat Iron, Metropolitan Life, and Credit Suisse First Boston buildings. But now, other unique neighborhoods in this section of Manhattan are getting the attention of major businesses, including Greenwich Village, Chelsea, SoHo/NoHo, Herald Square, and Tribeca. At Metro Manhattan Office Space, our team of highly experienced, licensed real estate brokers will assist you in every step of the deal at NO FEE—from searching for the right listing to representing the tenant in the negotiation of the lease—to make sure your business finds the best space suited for your office space needs. Read more about our full list of services here and browse through our featured properties below.
Midtown South’s Post-Recession Renaissance
Earning the nickname “Silicon Alley” when it became a hotbed for tech startups in the early 2000’s, Midtown South is undergoing a renaissance as a destination for new information and media firms, as well as traditional businesses attracted to the collaborative loft style working spaces abundant in the area. With highly popular tourist destinations like the High Line, and new developments currently underway such as 51 Astor Place, the Midtown South office market is building upon its iconic past by attracting a range of powerful tech sector tenants (Google, Spotify, Thrillist, to name a few) and giving the Downtown and Midtown office space powerhouses a run for their money.
Work Hard, Play Hard in Midtown South
The appeal of Midtown South rests in both the convertible nature of its once industrial buildings as well as the world famous amenities readily available outside the office place, not to mention plentiful transportation options along Broadway, 5th Avenue, 14th Street, and 23rd Street. The retail options available to office space tenants are some of the best in the city, ranging from the delectable and fun to the practical—two Trader Joe’s locations, Mario Batali’s Eataly, the Standard Hotel, and Home Depot all cater to the diverse consumer demands of residents and tourists alike. If your team wants to be close to the best of what the city has to offer, there is no better location. Let our team at Metro Manhattan Office Space help you search for properties featured in this incredible Manhattan market.
Call Alan Rosinsky, principal broker of Metro Manhattan Office Space, Inc. at (212) 447-5402 for information regarding office space rentals in Midtown South.