Brand New Furnished Hedge Fund Sublease at Park Avenue Tower (65 East 55th Street) – 4,597 RSF

March 23, 2021

Lance Leighton

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

Call 516-557-1160

Plug & Play Office Space Sublease in the Heart of Midtown Manhattan

 

Park Avenue Tower, also known as 65 E 55th Street, is a trophy office building in the center of New York City.  While the building has maintained its famous exterior that was designed by renowned German architect, Helmut Jahn, the interior of 65 East 55th Street has remained anything but, with tens of millions of dollars being poured into renovating and redeveloping the asset (see video below).  Some of the notable upgrades include a tenant-only fitness center, conferencing facility, lounge, and in-building food & beverage service.  Though the building is very well leased on a direct basis, there is a unique opportunity to sublease the partial 15th floor of this trophy skyscraper.

 

Offered for sublease from Investcorp, the partial 15th floor was recently built to a very luxurious standard utilizing the highest-end finishes available for construction.  Boasting a tremendous amount of glass, steel, wood and stone, the premises also features exposed ceilings with a mixture of dropped as well.  Measuring 4,597 rentable square feet, the unit is currently built with four (4) offices, one (1) large conference room for up to 10 people, open pantry, reception area and open space for approximately twenty (20) employees – click here for a floorplan.  The term is perfect for any hedge fund, private equity firm, investment bank, or family office, with a relatively short duration- through June of 2024.  Click here to contact us for the asking rent or here for our free office space inquiry of additional opportunities.

Fitness Facility at Park Avenue Tower

Conference Center at Park Avenue Tower

Tenant Only Café at Park Avenue Tower

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