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Simply put, The Plaza District provides the best office space that money can buy. With the largest concentration of Class A office buildings in Manhattan, Upper Fifth Avenue and The Plaza District offer a wealth of premier commercial real estate opportunities. But it comes at a cost. This one square mile area demands some of the highest average asking rent prices in the city. If your company wants to find office space in The Plaza District, or any other top notch Manhattan neighborhood, call Metro Manhattan Office Space, Inc. at (212) 447-5403 to be assisted by a commercial realtor with a track record of helping businesses acquire spaces in the finest Manhattan commercial buildings.
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Enjoy Central Park, Grand Central, and World Famous Hotels in The Plaza District
The Plaza District has long been a headquarter destination for many of the world’s largest public companies, law, and financial services firm. Bordered by 59th Street, Third Avenue, Seventh Avenue, and 48th Street, the Upper Fifth/ Plaza submarket is home to the Citicorp Building, Bloomberg Tower, General Motors Building and Sony Building. Anchored by 48th Street to the south and the entrance of Central Park to the north, the Plaza District offers excellent public space and transportation opportunities. When your clients visit, they’ll be pleased to know that your office is within walking distance of world famous hotels like the Waldorf Astoria and Plaza Hotel. See our listings below to start your search today!
It may come as a surprise that The Plaza District offers a variety of commercial space. 57th Street has several buildings containing a high density of showrooms and art galleries. There are also a number of landlords in the neighborhood that welcome medical and healthcare related uses.
From Railroad Development to Corporate Corridor
The Plaza District grew out of humble origins. Up until the time Cornelius Vanderbilt constructed Grand Central Depot in 1871, the area north of 42nd Street was relatively undeveloped. But the depot attracted throngs of workers and businesses to the area, and once the Depot was converted into Grand Central Terminal, the original rail yards were paved over and sold to developers for lucrative “air rights”. By the mid-twentieth century, the Plaza District had become the de facto neighborhood for high-class commercial spaces. Unlike other Manhattan office space submarkets that fluctuate in value and demand, the Plaza District remains the premier destination for Class A office space.
Don't be Daunted by the Plaza District
Sure, the Plaza District can seem daunting at first for a business owner looking to penetrate the market. But a free professional property search with a licensed realtor can turn up a number of diamonds in the rough. Let us know your size, use, and space requirements and we will help you find you the right property for the right price. See about our full list of services and call licensed broker Alan Rosinsky today at (212) 447-5403.
Corresponding zip codes: 10019 10103 10111 10153 10112 10020 10022 10152 10154