292 Madison Avenue – A Building that Caters to the New Hedge Build-Out Trends (Exposed Ceilings, Polished Concrete Floors, Floor to Ceiling Glass, etc.)

June 15, 2012

Lance Leighton

Founder – HedgeFundSpaces.com
New York State Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Call 516-557-1160

Many hedge funds are ditching their conservative office space installations for a more contemporary and lofty vibe.  292 Madison has two floors available that are perfect for a hedge fund seeking a cool and hip feel- while still being in the heart of the Plaza District.  The building is a short walk to Grand Central and sits on the southwest corner of 41st and Madison. The floorplates measure 11,113 rentable square feet and is perfect for a boutique financial tenant.  There are two contiguous floors available (11th and 12th).

To bring some spice to The Plaza District, the landlord, Marciano Brothers (owners of Guess Brand)  will build-to-suit with high-end materials.  Some of their planned finishes are as follows: 

  • Full height ceilings
  • Polished concrete floors
  • Glass walls
  • California kitchens with subzero appliances
  • Ambient lights designed not to cast  a glare on trading screens.

The space seems like a good value with an asking rent of $48.00 per square foot.

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