Commercial Space for Rent in Northern Manhattan
The greater area of Upper Manhattan includes several neighborhoods that make up the island’s northern end. Upper Manhattan extends north of 59th Street, the boundary which separates this area from Midtown. Some of Manhattan’s most desirable real estate can be found in Upper Manhattan neighborhoods, including the Upper East Side and Upper West Side, which flank Central Park’s east and west edges, and Harlem, which lies to the north of Central Park
In recent years, much effort and funding have charged the economic growth and revitalization for business in Upper Manhattan. In terms of commercial-Manhattan, this Upper tier is certainly the “next big thing,” while simultaneously, the area upholds the most classic character of social-Manhattan.
Enjoy Central Park: through your office window, or on your lunch break
Whether you’re in the Upper East Side, Upper West Side, or in Harlem, you’ll never be far from the city’s infamous Central Park. Enjoy your lunch in the park, or pick a spot along an endless avenue of eateries in the Upper West Side. The 843 acre, urban park brought leisure space and wilderness to the city, and for more than 150 years, the park itself has produced high standards for the development of its own surrounding properties. These Upper Manhattan neighborhoods are marked with distinction and, respectively, dotted with landmarks and prestigious institutions of art, culture and academics. The Lincoln Center, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Apollo Theatre, & Columbia University only begin to describe the area’s rank of institutions.
Take advantage of great benefits & catalyze your business investments
The Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone (UMEZ) has greatly impacted the neighborhoods of Upper Manhattan in fostering the development of a sustainable, local economy through various initiatives, each designed to aid & encourage resident businesses. While much of the groundwork has already been laid, there are still many incentive programs operating to stimulate business in Upper Manhattan. These programs can provide, for example, commercial business loans, tax-exempt bonds, and other various tax incentives at the federal, state & municipal levels. The Relocation and Employment Assistance Program offers a $3,000 tax credit per employee for up to 12 years for Upper Manhattan properties. Further advantages are available in accordance with the revitalization strategy for Harlem’s central business district on 125th Street. We can show you properties that offer incentives to boost your start-up, relocation or expansion.