Brand New Furnished Hedge Fund Sublease at 675 Third Avenue

January 8, 2016

Lance Leighton

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New York State Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

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High Density, Plug & Play Trading Office Space in Midtown Manhattan

When short-term trading spaces hit the market in New York City, it is not atypical that the most affordable opportunities lease rather quickly.  Accordingly, we thought it would be appropriate to feature this brand new, plug & play, short-term hedge fund space at 675 Third Avenue.  Offered for sublease from Kinetic Partners, the partial 21st floor is a must see for any early stage hedge fund or trading firm seeking the utmost flexibility.

Measuring 6,330 rentable square feet, the unit is currently built with 3 offices, 1 large boardroom, a wet pantry, small reception area and open trading space for up to 40 positions (floorplan here).  The short-term duration of the sublease runs through September 30, 2018, which makes it the perfect launching pad for any early stage & high-density firm.  Available for possession in June of 2016, it is very well priced with an asking rent of only $49 per square foot.

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