Murray Hill

Prime office sublet opportunity in high-end building on Park Ave South at 30th Street. The space has abundant natural light, wood floors, pantry and exposed loft ceilings.

In Manhattan, landlords as a rule prefer leases with three-to-five-year commitments, therefore finding a short-term office space for your business can be a tall order. Office suites, while perhaps not always the cheapest option, are the ultimate in flexibility when your business needs a temporary, turn-key office space solution. Many startups prefer the flexibility of short-term leases, especially during their initial phase of employee growth.

Office Space NYC

Office space for sublease on East 33rd St near the Empire State Building. Located just off the elevators, the space is currently built with one private office/conference room, large open area, wet pantry and windows on two sides. It also has hardwood floors, exposed ceilings and tenant controlled AC. The building has 24/7 access and an attended lobby.

Office Space NYC

This move-in ready, Fifth Avenue office sublet is located in the Penn Plaza area, across the street from the Empire State Building. The entrance to the office space is directly off the elevators. The space is built with 4 windowed offices (1 executive office), interior conference room, open reception area, pantry and storage room. It's fully-wired and furnished to create a completely turn-key office space solution. The sublease is available for approximately 3 years and is competitively priced.

empire state building | office sublets

Imagine if you will that you are 1454 feet in the air, riding a gigantic blimp over the majestic city of New York at night. The dirigible airship comes to a soft halt and is secured. As you get ready to disembark you see the most incredible view of the Big Apple that you have ever seen as you float nearly half a mile in the sky above it. It is September 16, 1931 and you and your fellow passengers are the first and, sadly, the last group of people that will ever enter directly into the 102nd floor of the Empire State Building.

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