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BUILT OUT RECENTLY RENOVATED OFFICE FOR LEASE, w 21st b/t 5th&6th ave

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 ...

NYC Neighborhood Discovery: The Garment District and Penn Plaza

October 22nd, 2015 / Author: rbielsky

According to an analysis of CoStar Group data by real estate magazine The Real Deal, the Penn Plaza and Garment District submarket handily beats Chelsea, Times Square, and SoHo as the most active leasing market — in fact, it even comes close to being more active than all three combined. ...

Discovering New York City: The Meatpacking District

July 24th, 2014 / Author: rbielsky

The Meatpacking District is on the island’s Lower West side between W 14th Street and Hudson River. At one time, the District was the hub for the city’s packing plants and slaughterhouses, but after twenty years of immense changes, today it’s more akin to Chelsea. Development of the Meatpacking District began ...

Why You Have Leverage at Your Commercial Lease Renewal

July 15th, 2014 / Author: rbielsky

If your current space meets your needs and objectives, it’s always better to remain in your current space. Otherwise, you could incur tremendous moving costs and loss of business if your location requires foot traffic (e.g. retailers). However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t adjust the terms. Existing tenants are low-risk. There’s a ...

A New Trend in New York City Commercial Spaces

June 30th, 2014 / Author: rbielsky

New York City’s growing tech industry has inspired a new trend in some of the preferred office spaces. These businesses, usually run by younger executives, are part of a growing movement of scaled-down, open, collaborative offices in the outer neighborhoods that are quite different from many of NYC’s current arrangements. Many ...

Discovering NYC: The Financial District

June 23rd, 2014 / Author: rbielsky

Known to most of the world as Wall Street, the southernmost neighborhood of New York City is the Financial District. It encompasses the area south of City Hall Park. The District’s center would undoubtedly be the corner of Wall Street and Broad Street. It’s bordered by Chinatown, Tribeca, Battery Park ...

14 Reasons You Should Use a Commercial Real Estate Broker in New York City

June 17th, 2014 / Author: rbielsky

I am always befuddled when a tenant opts to locate and lease a property on their own, without the advice and guidance of a commercial leasing agent. Since our services are paid by landlord/owner, it’s difficult for me to understand why someone who prefer to do it alone. It doesn’t ...

5 Common Commercial Leasing Mistakes to Avoid in New York City

June 4th, 2014 / Author: rbielsky

Leasing in New York City isn’t like other places in the world. It’s a sophisticated business that quickly swallows the ignorant. I see the same mistakes made over and over, especially by people who choose to navigate these waters without an agent. Here are five mistakes even the largest clients ...

5 Reasons You Should Start Your Business in New York City

May 27th, 2014 / Author: rbielsky

The biggest companies in the world all have one thing in common: a New York City address. New York City has been a hub of entrepreneurship since its beginning. It has been the site of the founding of many American industries, including banking, media, advertising, garments, financial services, brewing, and textiles. ...

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 ...

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