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Excellent opportunity to lease a Fifth Ave loft office space!

5 Myths About Being a Home-Based Business

Why pay the expense for an office (and make the commute) when you have all the tools you need at home to run your business?

Man at home office talking on phone, headset, red head in green shirtEver wonder what the secret to being a happy entrepreneur is? I know at least 11 founders that might argue that it’s working from home. These deliriously happy 11 were featured in this year’s annual list of “businesses you can start in your pajamas“—our tongue-in-cheek way of telling their story about forsaking the office and working from home. The entrepreneurs featured here weren’t just Web start-ups or service firms, either. Many even made and sold real products—clothing and cheese, for instance—right from their homes. Some of them, like Melissa Lanz, owner of The Fresh 20, had actually opened an office when she launched her business, but decided to close it when she recognized it as an unnecessary expense. “In six months, I visited the office five times,” she says. “It made me feel stupid.”

Small private office available for sublet from January 1st through the end of March. You may be able to continue the lease after March if you’d like, but will have to deal with the building manager directly. The details:

Open office space with 2 large offices and space for approximately 27 desks. Classic loft-style building with hardwood floors, exposed ceilings and large windows throughout. Size: 2800 Sq Ft Price: Negotiable

Next to the writer of real estate advertisements, the autobiographer is the most suspect of prose artists.

Available for 2 years, this 23rd floor office sublet at 1441 Broadway is located in a beautiful class A building in the center of The Universe, Times Square. Size: 2,200 Sq Ft Rent: $43/Sq Ft | $7,883/Month

The New York Landmark Preservation Commission designated the shaded area above the Ladies’ Mile Historic District in 1989. The purpose was to preserve roughly 440 buildings from the Gilded Age, most of which reside in what is today known as the Flatiron District.

Have you ever walked past Union Square and wondered what that strange cosmic smoking hole is? Me too. Turns out that it’s called Metronome and it’s an art installation organized by the Public Art Fund on behalf of The Related Companies who developed the residential tower above it.

Every man holds his property subject to the general right of the community to regulate its use to whatever degree the public welfare may require it.

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