Furnished Office Space for Trading / Hedge Fund – 150 East 52nd Street

September 27, 2012

Lance Leighton

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

Call 516-557-1160

Rare Furnished Office Space in Midtown – Not a sublease!

150 East 52nd Street, the building directly above Chipotle and Potbelly’s, has a unique furnished availability for trading intensive firms.  The partial 10th floor, which is roughly 4,777 rentable square feet, recently became available on a direct basis.  The installation, which is built to a very high standard, features 4 offices, a large conference room, pantry, reception and an open trading area.  The space was previously occupied by hedge fund and they left all of their furniture and trading desks behind! Additionally, the previous tenant installed supplemental HVAC in both the trading area and IT closet, which are both like new.

This is a must see opportunity for any financial company or hedge fund looking for plug & play space.  The landlord is asking $56.00 per square foot and will reasonably modify the space for an incoming tenant.  If this space does not work for your requirement, please feel free to request a customized report of the best available office spaces in Midtown.

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