The Most Economically Sensible Office Space with a Terrace

October 26, 2012

Lance Leighton

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I had the opportunity to preview some of the most economically sensible and unique office space in Midtown.  The entire 16th floor at 57 West 57th Street is QUITE different than most other availabilities.  Arguably one of the best locations in all of New York City,  this unit boasts 4 large useable terraces- two of which overlook 57th Street and the other two are along 6th Avenue.  The space is currently in raw condition and the landlord will build-to-suit an incoming tenant’s needs.  This office space is ideal for either an office intensive layout (i.e. law firm, private equity, venture capital, etc.) or a group requiring large open area (i.e. hedge funds, trading, creative, call-centers, sales, etc).

The landlord is looking to do a VERY aggressive deal (likely in the low $50’s), which in my opinion is an exceptional value.

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