747 Third Avenue Short-Term Sublease – Perfect for a Law Firm, Investment Bank or Hedge Fund
Until recently, 747 Third Avenue was one of the quirkiest buildings in Midtown Manhattan. Featuring an odd yellow brick road leading to the entrance, peculiar lobby, and elevator cabs that were reminiscent of a circus, the building was in desperate need of an upgrade. So, about a year ago, ownership completed a major renovation project, including significant improvements to the lobby, elevators, mechanical systems and common corridors. Though the majority of the building is now leased, there is a unique sublease opportunity available on the 35th floor.
Measuring only 3,895 rentable square feet, the double corner (northern, southern, eastern) unit is currently built with 10 offices, 1 conference room, a wet pantry and reception area. Unlike the majority of other small spaces in NYC, this particular suite has a private bathroom with shower, 24/7 tenant controlled HVAC at no extra charge, and incredible views. Additionally, furniture can be made available for an incoming subtenant.
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