Fifth Avenue

Classic Flatiron District building!

Located on Fifth Avenue between 20th and 21st Street in the heart of the Flatiron District, an investment firm has a large private office for rent that can fit up to 5 people, plus a couple desks in the bull pen. There is shared access to a conference room, kitchen and lounge area. Excellent location! 

Large outdoor space in Midtown Manhattan with unbeatable views

Located on Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, rent office space on a full floor above the midtown skyline. There are 2 large corner offices with glass doors that open onto the large private terrace, as well as 4 other private windowed offices. The suite includes a private bathroom, kitchen, glass-enclosed conference room, and 2 additional side terraces. Great views is an understatement – this is a truly unique space in the heart of Midtown. 

Desks space for 8-10 people with access to conference room

An architecture firm office located on Fifth Avenue near the Empire State Building has an open coworking space for rent. There are 2 pods available that can seat 4-5 people each. There is access to a large conference room overlooking Fifth Avenue, a kitchen, and reception area -- excellent natural light throughout the entire space. 

Truly amazing view of Manhattan from Midtown tower

A law firm located in a Class A building on Fifth Avenue at 44th St has two windowed offices for sublease. Both offices measure approximately 8’ x 14’ and have excellent northern views of Midtown. Some furniture is available. There is also a secretarial space available, a small conference room, and a reception area. 

Sublet Located on Fifth Avenue Across from Empire State Building

A company has a furnished private suite available for sublease. The space is totally open, basically square in shape, with high ceilings and 3 large windows facing the Empire State Building. This turn-key space can be delivered with furniture and phones. Available immediately. 

8 windowed offices, ideal for law firm or accounting firm

A company located on Fifth Avenue at 30th Street is subleasing their entire suite, approximately 3,500 square feet, consisting of 8 windowed offices, conference room, interior meeting room, bull pen, wet pantry and reception. The office space has wood floors, high ceilings, central AC, and is a corner unit with views of the Empire State Building and Fifth Avenue. If more open space is desired, the current tenant will consider modifying the existing layout.  This office sublet would be ideal for an accounting or law firm. Furniture available.

Excellent Fifth Avenue location, corner of 14th Street

An architectural firm, located on the corner of Fifth Avenue and 14th Street near Union Square, has a private office available for sublease. The office could comfortably fit 4-5 people. The windows have a northern exposure with excellent natural light and views. There is shared access to a conference room and kitchen. Signage available. Ideal for designers, architects, etc. 

Two windowed offices with Fifth Avenue views

Located in Rockefeller Center on Fifth Avenue, this shared suite has 2 windowed offices available for sublease. There is access to a meeting table and wet pantry. Electricity and internet included. 

Turn-key, private office space for sublease

Pre-built midtown office space for sublease in Class ‘A’ building. The layout includes a large corner office, four additional windowed offices, a small interior office, conference room, wet pantry and open bullpen. Furniture available. The space would be ideal for law firms, trading, venture capital, private equity, etc.  The suite is located directly off the elevators. Short walk to Grand Central. 

Ideal for creative 3-4 person company

A public relations firm has office space for sublease in fantastic Union Square-Flatiron District location on Fifth Avenue between 19th and 20th Street. The space has wood floors, exposed ceiling, wet pantry, and central AC. There is a large open area and private office, ideal for 3-4 people – floor plan below. The sublet includes use of the conference room, shown above, which overlooks Fifth Avenue. 

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