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There is no question that One Vanderbilt, Midtown’s newest office tower, has become the pinnacle of luxury office space in New York City (and perhaps the world). With an impressive tenant roster, unparalleled views, brand new infrastructure, direct access to Grand Central, unprecedented amenities and some of the highest views (and rents) in Manhattan, the asset has lured some of the top names in finance, law, and banking. Though there have been very few small suites available in this trophy office tower to date, there are two brand new units, dubbed the “Altus Suites”, which are undoubtedly the best boutique availabilities in any New York City skyscraper. Check out the incredible climactic video below.
Measuring 6,393 rentable square feet and 7,134 rentable square feet each, both units were constructed utilizing the finest materializes used in sustainable construction- including organic wood, glass, stone & steel. Currently configured with mixtures of offices and open areas, both units can be reasonably modified to suit an incoming tenant’s needs. Lastly, both suites are fully furnished, appointed & wired to the most discerning of tastes. Though the pricing is a bit steep (click here to find out the asking rent), these are without a doubt the most coveted opportunities in NYC. See more renderings in the below gallery.
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