• Built Out Law Firm Space in Madison Avenue 275 Madison, LAW, P7, 3,252SF, $65 Office
    17615 275 Madison, LAW, P7, 3,252SF, $65
    273 Madison Avenue New York NY 10016
    • One of a Kind!!
    • 2,500 Sq. Ft.
    • $8,125 / month
    • 46th Street
    • Midtown / Grand Central
  • One of a Kind!! in 46th Street 28 W. 46th St. Unique Midtown Manhattan office rental in boutique landmark office building. Occupying the entire 5th floor, this 2,500 SF space has 14' ceilings and a large mezzanine accessible by a hardwood staircase. Herringbone hardwood floors and mahogany walls throughout. Two private bathrooms and a kitchen. French windows. Tenant controlled HVAC. Several fireplaces. Brand new building lobby.  Great location; easily accessible from Times Square and Grand Central location.Landlord seeking a 3-5 year lease term. Asking rent is $8,125/month. WILL NOT LAST. Office
    8125 28 W. 46th St.
    28 46th Street New York NY 10036
  • River Views, Class A in East 42nd St. Class A Office Rental @ 121 East 42nd Street Six offices, conference room, wet pantry and open area. Efficient space for law firm, CPA or any office intensive use. Lots of natural light on this 20th-floor space; all offices are windowed. This unit is in good condition, just needing a fresh coat of paint and new carpet. The landlord is willing to modify the existing layout. Cleaning service included in base rent. Space has tenant controlled HVAC.This landmark Class A building has a stunning Art-Deco lobby which is attended 24/7. The building offers direct access to Grand Central Station via a tunnel. Office
    15314 Class A Office Rental @ 121 East 42nd Street
    121 East 42nd St. New York NY 10168
    • Penthouse Loft
    • 2,191 Sq. Ft.
    • $9,494 / month
    • Madison Avenue
    • Midtown / Grand Central
  • Penthouse Loft in Madison Avenue 273 Madison Avenue Full-floor penthouse office rental in upscale Madison Avenue office building. Currently white box space. Landlord will build to suit. Double corner space with oversized windows facing East, North, and South. Highly efficient layout with low loss factor. Possible to construct up to 5-6 offices, conference room plus a bullpen. Or this space would work well for any tenant (creative agency, Internet or computer programming firm) that requires a mostly open plan. Ownership will install central HVAC.This space is currently vacant. Ownership seeking is seeking a 5-7 year lease term. Electricity billed as submetered. Escalations are 3% plus tenant's proportionate share of any real estate tax increase. Lobby is attended 24/7.  This property is located near Grand Central Station. Office
    9494 273 Madison Avenue
    273 Madison Avenue New York NY 10016
  • Midtown NYC Creative Space in Madison Ave. Lease Midtown NYC Office at 315 Madison Avenue Open plan with large windowed office and conference room. 2nd generation installation, needs paint and carpet. Landlord willing modify build out. Space currently vacant. Landlord seeking a 3-5 year lease term.148,000 S.F., Class B, 26 story skyscraper built in 1917.  24/7 attended lobby. Direct access to Grand Central Station via tunnel. Lobby renovation and common area upgrades scheduled within the next year.Near Grand Central, Bryant Park, New York Public Library. Office
    9010 Lease Midtown NYC Office at 315 Madison Avenue
    314 Madison Ave. New York NY 10017
  • Full Terrace-UNIQUE in Third Avenue Fantastic Third Avenue Office Rental with Full Terrace Office rentals in Midtown Manhattan less than 2,000 Square Feet are a rare commodity today. Often they are dark, expensive, have high loss factors and are not in a choice commercial building.This 1,800 Square Foot office space is an exception, a rare anomaly in a prime class A, modern office building located steps from a Grand Central Station. This office has a USEABLE TERRACE that is at least 300 Square Feet!!!  No other small space in Manhattan has this amenity.Furthermore, the landlord, for the right tenant (and the right deal) is willing to completely rebuild this space to your exact specifications.  Or if you are a law firm, an accounting firm you can choose to keep the existing installation which consists of three offices and an open area and a small wet pantry. All offices are windowed and have excellent views.This 35 story building was constructed in 1931 and has an extremely modern lobby and all the full amenities offered by a Class A building. The property is owner occupied. Tenants enjoy 24/7 access.If you or your staff commute into Grand Central Station, you can not select a better location for your office lease. You are not more than a five minute walk to the terminal.To learn more about this Grand Central Station gem call Alan Rosinsky at (212) 447-5403 Office
    8850 Fantastic Third Avenue Office Rental with Full Terrace
    708 Third Avenue New York NY 10017


Arguably the best selection of affordable Class A offices for lease are available in the Grand Central Station neighborhood. Out of 171 buildings in this submarket, 72 of them are Class A. There is a great selection of small offices (1,500-5,000 Square Feet) for rent and landlords are negotiating deals for quality prebuilt offices at surprisingly competitive rental rates.

It is no surprise that Grand Central has such an inventory. Midtown Manhattan grew up around Grand Central Terminal. When the current terminal opened in 1913, the city’s central business district, long concentrated in Lower Manhattan shifted to Midtown. In 1930, the Art Deco Chrysler Building, was completed, and was at the time the tallest building in the world. In the heart of Grand Central neighborhood, it contains more than two million Square Feet of trophy Class A office space.


With the recent spike in commercial rents in Midtown South, Grand Central commercial real estate is cheap compared to Chelsea, Madison Square and Murray Hill. So, for many potential tenants, the question is: would I rather pay $75.00 per Square Foot for a Class B loft building near Madison Square Park or would I lease Grand Central office space in a Class A landmark building with 24/7 access for $58.00 per Square Foot?

Voracious demand in recent years for commercial loft space by Internet and technology start-ups has driven up rents in neighborhoods with affordable office and commercial loft space. Now, in comparison, rents for Grand Central office space are a relative bargain and many New York City businesses are taking advantage of this opportunity.


Once upon a time, Grand Central Station used to be associated with traditional, somewhat stodgy office intensive spaces, with drop ceilings. This is changing. Landlords in buildings such as One Grand Central Place and The Graybar Building are reconfiguring new space; removing drop ceilings to expose 11’ foot ceilings, open up office intensive environments to create open plan collaborative workspaces that appeal to Internet start-ups, technology companies and creative users.


Cost effective office rentals in top notch Class B buildings are on the market near Grand Central Station. With the look and feel of Class A office space, your company can lease offices in these hidden gems at surprisingly affordable rental rates. Whether you are a start-up or an established business, there are dozens of desirable B buildings for your business in this premier Manhattan neighborhood. Examples of some terrific Class B properties are The Chanin Building, 315 Madison Avenue and 501 Fifth Avenue.


Grand Central Terminal is one of the premier transportation hubs in the region. It serves Metro North trains as well as the East Side 4, 5, and 6 local and express subway lines. The 7 subway line and shuttle along 42nd Street are also accessible from the terminal. In addition, most Grand Central District buildings are within easy walking distance of the Sixth Avenue subway lines (B, D, F, V).

In some cases a short walk isn’t close enough! When you establish your business at One Grand Central Place, The Graybar Building, 370 Lexington Avenue, you benefit from direct access from Grand Central Terminal directly to your office space. Is it is snowing outside? You don’t even have to cross the street to catch the subway. Your business meeting ends at 10PM? You can walk downstairs to catch the next train or subway.


Grand Central Terminal has undergone extensive refurbishment in recent years and shines as one of the city’s jewels, a destination for fine shopping and dining. The neighborhood abounds in hotels, restaurants, and stores. Nearby sights include the United Nations Headquarters, the Chanin Building, the former Daily News Building, the New York Public Library, and Bryant Park, Midtown’s backyard. Park Avenue north of Grand Central Terminal remains one of the most prestigious corporate addresses in the world.


Companies that lease offices in the Grand Central Station neighborhood include law firms, accounting firms, banks, financial services firms, and range from Fortune 500 powerhouses to modestly sized firms operating out of the older office buildings. The area is also home to a tremendous range of goods and services providers, including national and independent retailers.

To schedule a property tour of Grand Central Station office space, call principal broker, Alan Rosinsky at (212) 447-5403.




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