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Discovering New York City: Chelsea

May 19th, 2014 / Author: rbielsky

Chelsea, the western neighborhood of Manhattan, spans from West 14th Street to W 30th, the Ladies’ Mile Historic District to the east (Avenue of Americas and Seventh Avenue), and the Hudson River to the west. Hell’s Kitchen, NoMad, Flatiron, the Garment District, the West Village, and the Meatpacking District are ...

Discovering New York City: Flatiron District

May 14th, 2014 / Author: rbielsky

[caption id="attachment_1145" align="alignright" width="289"] Photo Credit: Marco Arment via Compfight cc[/caption] New York’s Flatiron District is one of the most dynamic and changing areas of the city. Even the boundaries seem to move, as no one can agree on where they sit. Flatiron is primarily a commercial neighborhood. There are little ...

5 Common Mistakes of First-Time Renters in New York City

March 27th, 2014 / Author: rbielsky

At any given time, there are millions of square feet of available commercial space in New York City. The options can be overwhelming, and if you’re unprepared, frustrating. If you’re new to the business world, you probably have some misunderstandings and misconceptions about commercial properties. Finding the right commercial space ...

6 Tips on Maintaining a Good Relationship with Your Landlord or Property Manager

March 14th, 2014 / Author: rbielsky

As a commercial tenant, your lease is likely set for several years. Any tensions that arise may bleed into other areas of your business relationship. Repairs may not occur timely or amenities may become unavailable and your business could suffer. Therefore it’s important that you maintain a good relationship with ...

Building Classifications in New York City

March 14th, 2014 / Author: rbielsky

Not all office space is created equal. In New York City, agents, tenants, and property owners use an informal classification system to categorize commercial buildings. These standards are used to determine the desirability of the building and give you an idea of the asking price. The classes are subjective, but they ...

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