Plug & Play Office Space With Central Park Views at Carnegie Hall Tower – 4,428 RSF

March 10, 2021

Lance Leighton

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Luxury Furnished Office Space in The Heart Of The Plaza District

As the market for high-end office spaces in New York City continues to improve, many tenants are looking for fully furnished, plug and play opportunities in the best Midtown Office Buildings.  Though the availability of boutique options in trophy assets are still somewhat scarce, there is a unique opportunity at 152 West 57th Street, better known as Carnegie Hall Tower.

Partial 55th Floor – Reception and Conference Area

Located on Billionaires Row, between 6th and 7th Avenues, Carnegie Hall Tower has historically been a building that caters well to hedge funds, private equity firms and boutique financial services firms.  Originally known for its unobstructed views of Central Park (which were later partially blocked by One57), the tower floors of this asset still boast some of the most incredible exposures in Manhattan.

Offered for sublease from Wendel North America, an investment firm, the partial 55th floor measures 4,428 rentable square feet and is currently built to a very high standard (custom millwork, hardwood floors throughout, tons of glass) with four (4) windowed offices, two (2) conference rooms, pantry, formal reception area and open area support.  Additionally, the unit boasts a shower- which is perfect for any executive that loves their afternoon runs in Central Park.  Lastly, the space is outfitted with extremely high-end finishes and comes completely furnished (floorplan here).

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Partial 55th Floor – Conference Room


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