Shared Space In The Heart of Midtown Manhattan – Near Grand Central – 230 Park Avenue
The Helmsley Building, formerly known as the New York General Building, is one of Manhattan’s most iconic landmarks. Measuring 35 stories, the building is located between 45th and 46th Streets and ideally situated above Grand Central Station. Erected smack in the middle of Park Avenue, the asset features unobstructed northern views and a historical significance that dates back to 1929. Over the years, the building’s ownership has changed a multitude of times and most recently, the building sold for $1.2 billion to RXR Realty– one of New York’s largest real estate owners, managers, and developers.
With asking rents typically trading at $75 per – $115 per RSF on a direct basis, there is a unique opportunity for a well-below market, shared space on the 4th floor. The sublandlord is offering anywhere between 100 to 2,000 rentable square feet with use of the reception area, conference room and wet pantry (click here for floor plan of available space(s)). This plug and play sublease opportunity has a term of one year, possession can be immediate and furniture/phone systems can be made available. Please click here for any additional questions or here to try our free office space search.