Recently Constructed, Plug and Play Sublease in Plaza District

December 13, 2018

Scott Ansel

Contributing Writer – HedgeFundSpaces.com
Associate, Savills Studley, Inc.
New York State Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Call 212-326-8607

Nezu Asia Capital Management, located on the 22nd floor of 126 East 56th Street is going to be putting their space on the market for sublease. The building was recently renovated including updates to the lobby, elevator cabs and mechanical systems. The floor plates in the tower measure roughly 5,800 square feet, which caters extremely well to boutique financial services firms. The premises was built in 2017 and shows extremely well. The space was constructed with glass-fronted offices and wood doors. The layout consists of a conference room and meeting room off reception, 3 perimeter offices (1 executive corner), an internal conference room, wet pantry and open area with 4 workstations (which can be further densified). It is a double corner unit with 3 sides of light and has direct elevator presence. This workspace will be one of the best plug and play sublease opportunities in the Plaza District.

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