Lease Property In The Heart Of Big Commercial Business

Union Square was once a country park serving as the entryway to the city of New York. As the city population progressed uptown, Union Square became an exciting and fashionable market. Strictly residential at its start, the neighborhood has evolved into a haven for large commercial spaces, big box retail and large-scale health care and medical facilities. It has also become a very popular place for meeting and socializing.
 
Union Square, with its open design and large lots, can accommodate large office and retail buildings. Properties like the Zeckendorf Towers, One Union Square South, and the Union Building offer commercial real estate in a popular, bustling neighborhood. Low-rise listings like the Roosevelt Building and the Decker Building offer a Union Square address on a smaller scale.

Let Us Put You In The Center Of The City – Rent Union Square Office Space

Union Square’s central location, open space and proximity to NYU make it a neighborhood with very high visibility and foot traffic. It is a well-known place for gathering – either for formal meetings or demonstrations or just for casual company. The large numbers of retail space in the neighborhood make Union Square one of the most popular shopping destinations in the city, and the surrounding eateries add extra amenity to the area. The retail properties exist outside Union Square’s real estate, too – the weekend green market and the regular street vendors are popular attractions. Union Square tenants will benefit from the busy atmosphere, the high visibility and the neighborhood’s long-standing good reputation.

All Roads Lead To Union Square

The park at Union Square is so named because it was placed at the union of so many major roadways. Bordered by 14th Street and 17th Street on the South and North ends, Union Square is located at the meeting of 4th Avenue and Broadway. It also connects Park Avenue to Broadway at its Eastern boundary, Union Square East. It is one of the major transportation hubs in the city, with access to the 4, 5, 6, N, R, Q and L subway lines. With so many routes meeting at Union Square, no neighborhood is quicker or easier to get to.

Call (212) 447-5403 for details on Union Square office and loft space listings available for lease or purchase.

Corresponding zip code: 10003

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