A design firm, located in Nomad on Broadway between Herald Square and Madison Square Park, has 4-6 large desks available for rent in a mellow, laid-back atmosphere. The office has an open layout with a glass-enclosed conference room, hardwood floors and high ceilings, and oversized windows that receive excellent natural light throughout the day. Ideally, the subtenant would be a creative company who might have synergy with a graphic design and branding firm – marketing, PR, strategy, research, digital media – as opportunities to earn extra business are likely.
NoMad Office Space
Over the past decade NoMad has undergone a major transformation, from low rent office spaces and retail storefronts specializing in wholesale goods, to a vibrant area with a plethora of hotels, restaurants and coffee shops. The name NoMad derives from ‘North of Madison Square Park’. It’s relatively small, spanning only 5 blocks from 25th Street to 30th Street and Sixth Avenue to Lexington Avenue. On average, the price of office space in NoMad is lower than office space in Flatiron District. Because of this, many technology and creative companies have chosen to save a few bucks by leasing NYC office space in NoMad.