Brand New Hedge Fund Sublease in Midtown Manhattan – 2,516 rsf

December 10, 2019

Lance Leighton

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Furnished Office Space at 777 Third Avenue – Perfect for a startup or early stage financial firm

There is no surprise that furnished and short-term office spaces are highly coveted in New York City among hedge fund startups and early stage financial firms.  Accordingly, when these opportunities hit the market, it is atypical for them to stay available fpr very long.  Accordingly, we thought it would be prudent to feature a brand new, plug & play hedge fund sublease at 777 Third Avenue (between 48th & 49th Streets).

Offered for sublease from a boutique financial services firm, the partial 22nd floor was recently built to a high standard with 1 conference room, 1 breakout room, pantry, reception and open area for 20 people.  Located on the northeast corner of the floor, the unit boasts a tremendous amount of natural light and has a term through April of 2023.  The asking rent is $69 per square foot and furniture can remain in place for an incoming subtenant.

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity or to arrange an inspection, click here to contact us.  If you would like to find more available sublease options, click here for our free office space search.

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