Brand New & Furnished Luxury Office Space Sublease at 55 Hudson Yards – 10,680 Rentable Square Feet

January 19, 2024

Lance Leighton

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New York State Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

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Plug & Play Opportunity in One of Manhattan’s Premier Luxury / Trophy Office Buildings – Perfect for a Hedge Fund or Financial Firm

Navigating the competitive landscape of real estate, the prevailing “flight to quality” trend underscores a preference for upscale office spaces. In this context, Hudson Yards emerges as a standout leasing destination in Manhattan, renowned for its opulent, amenity-rich, and newly constructed office towers.

Within the thriving Hudson Yards complex, seize a rare opportunity at 55 Hudson Yards as a sublease option. This premium office space on the partial 28th floor spans 10,680 rentable square feet and is now available from a reputable financial services group.

This distinguished office space features twelve private offices, two boardrooms, two smaller conference rooms, a huddle room, pantry, reception area, and open space. Ideal for hedge funds, private equity firms, investment banks, family offices, or any financial firm, it boasts a high-end design and ample natural light with stunning southeastern views (click here for a floorplan).

55 Hudson Yards, a modern marvel, aligns with the expectations of high-end workspace users, offering features like extra high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and state-of-the-art infrastructure. With renowned tenants such as Point72, Third Point, MarketAxess, Millbank, Silverlake, and Cooley, the building is currently 100% leased directly, making this a rare chance to secure your space.

The sublandlord presents this space at an asking rent of $145 per square foot, available for immediate possession, with the lease term extending through August 2029.

For more details on this opportunity, click here, or explore additional options through our free office space search here.

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