Unique, Short-Term Sublease Opportunity for a Hedge Fund at Bank of America Tower
There is an insatiable amount of demand for modern office construction in New York City. With highly successful leasing campaigns at 51 Astor Place, 510 Madison Avenue, 250 West 55th Street, The World Trade Center and Hudson Yards (just to name a few), it has become obvious that tenants with deep pockets prefer greener and more efficient office buildings for their workforce. Due to the fact that these newer vintage office buildings typically encompass column-free floorplates, LEED certifications, floor-to-ceiling windows and cutting edge technology, there is no coincidence that they are typically well leased and more expensive. Though there are few subleases available in The Big Apple’s recently constructed office towers, there is a unique opportunity at One Bryant Park, also known as Bank Of America Tower.
One Bryant Park is, without a doubt, one of the premier and prominent skyscrapers on the Manhattan skyline. Completed in 2009, this glass and steel superstructure is breathtaking both inside and out. Though all 2,353,000 square feet of this trophy office tower is leased on a direct basis, there is a rare sublease opportunity being offered on the partial 39th floor from Marathon Asset Management. Currently constructed with 5 perimeter offices, two conference rooms, a wet pantry, reception area and open space for 46 traders, this unit is a must see for any hedge fund seeking short-term, Class A office space (click here for a floorplan). Measuring 9,445 rentable square feet, the premises boasts a direct elevator presence, floor-to-ceiling windows, supplemental HVAC and extremely high-end finishes throughout. Asking rent is very reasonably and accordingly, this will not last long.
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