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May 19th, 2016 / Author: rbielsky

LOOKING FOR OFFICE SPACE THAT IS READY FOR YOU TO MOVE IN? Located on W 21st between 5th and 6th ave, this office space features many amenities that will cater to your growing company's needs. KEY FEATURES: *Dry pantry *Attended lobby *24/7 access *Verizon FIOs *Central AC *Well maintained *Waiting/reception area *Production studio that doubles as a conference room *One windowed ...

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 ...

10 Enhancements to Make Your Office “WOW!” Clients

December 5th, 2013 / Author: rbielsky

[caption id="attachment_903" align="alignright" width="264"] Image courtesy of rakratchada torsap /[/caption] Most of our communication doesn’t come from our mouths. We communicate non-verbally with our bodies, our facial expressions, and our attire. The place where you do business speaks to how well you do business. If you can amaze your clients ...

5 of the Coolest Company Offices in New York City

December 3rd, 2013 / Author: rbielsky

New York City office culture has changed drastically over the last few years. Super-successful companies (namely, Google) have set a noticeable trend of using luxurious offices and loads of perks for their employees. Suits have become hoodies. Water coolers have become snack bars. Break rooms have become ping pong tables. ...

10 Simple Ways to Make Your Office More Inviting

November 20th, 2013 / Author: rbielsky

The modern office need not be a place of drudgery and boredom. Gone are the days of endless rows of cubicles, industrial carpeting, and painful lighting. We can use the space around us to influence our mood, productivity, and workflow. It’s not necessary to create over-the-top, Google-esque spaces (where employees ...

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