NOT YET ON THE MARKET – Brand New Office Space Sublease in New Construction – 4,762 RSF

May 10, 2021

Lance Leighton

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New York State Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

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Incredible Furnished Hedge Fund Office Space Sublease in One of Midtown’s Best Office Buildings – 250 West 55th Street

There is no question that the pandemic has made tenant’s reconsider the quality of their workspaces.  As a matter of fact, since the beginning of the year, the momentum for newer vintage buildings has been unprecedented. 

Though the market for small, high-end, built & furnished units throughout the city has become extremely tight for these types of opportunities, our team is about to put an incredible sublease on the market at 250 West 55th Street, a brand new office tower in Midtown with institutional ownership.  Offered for sublease from a large pharmaceutical company, the partial 25th floor unit measures 4,762 rsf and is undoubtedly one of the most luxurious and top of the line workspaces within the size range.

Currently built with a grand reception area that features a double glass door entryway directly off of the elevators, 10-person conference room, 6-person breakout room, 4 perimeter offices, 1 large executive corner office, a wet pantry, large IT closet (with supplemental cooling), and bullpen with 12 trading desks- the unit is perfect for any hedge fund, investment bank, private equity firm, family office (or any other financial services firm). Situated on the northwest corner of the floor, the unit boasts expansive views of both the Hudson River and Columbus Circle.  Lastly, all of the existing furniture and infrastructure can be made available for an incoming subtenant’s needs and best of all, it is an extremely flexible term (through September of 2022- with potential for a long-term direct deal).

Click here to contact us for more information (i.e. pricing or to schedule a tour) or here to try our free office space search.


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