Impeccably Furnished, Plug & Play Office Space on Park Avenue – Not a Sublease
Lever House is one of the few New York City office buildings that can consistently command triple digit rents. Home to some of the biggest names in finance, including Daniel Loeb’s Third Point, the asset boasts highly efficient floorplates and a tremendous amount of windows on each floor.
Office space availability within 390 Park Avenue is rare. The boutique sized floors, incredible views, convenient Plaza District location, and cache associated with the address all assist with keeping demand very high, however, there is a unique opportunity on the entire 14th floor that can be made available. Measuring 10,726 rentable square feet, the unit was previously occupied by Stifel Nicolaus. Built and furnished to a very high standard, the space currently consists of 17 offices, a large boardroom, pantry, reception and open trading area with 24 tons of supplemental HVAC. (Looking for built and furnished office space? Click here for a free and instant report.) Though the landlord is looking to do a relatively as-is deal, they will consider reasonably modifying the existing installation to suit an incoming tenant’s needs. If you are interested in the space, please click here to contact us for the asking rent.
Aby Rosen, the principal of RFR (which owns Lever House and The Seagram Building) has his personal office within this trophy property. Accordingly, you can always find his collection of artwork on rotation in the lobby, which has included one-of-a-kind pieces by Damien Hirst, Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons, and Urs Fischer.