Located on Park Avenue South, this could be your ideal Flatiron District office space. The offices for rent are totally private, glass-fronted and most receive excellent natural light with southern and western facing windows. Whether you need to rent office space for a company with 20 people or only 1 person, there are offices of all sizes that could suit your needs. And as a tenant, you'll have access to multiple conference rooms, breakout areas, kitchens, and phone booths. There is even a rooftop terrace in the works. This is a high-quality doorman building with flexible office spaces, whether you need a short-term rental or something a bit longer.
Flatiron District Office Space
The Flatiron District is one of – if not, the-- most popular neighborhood for office space in the tech industry. The exact borders of the Flatiron District overlap and mesh with Union Square to the south and NoMad to the north, but for our purposes, we’ll say NYC office space in the Flatiron District falls between 19th Street and 26th Street and between Sixth Avenue and Lexington Avenue. The office spaces in the Flatiron District tend to be in loft buildings that were constructed in the early 1900s with wood floors and high, exposed ceilings. Many of the most notable buildings in the Flatiron District are occupied by a single company, or just a couple, like 200 Fifth Avenue on the corner of 23rd Street, home to Gray Advertising and Tiffany & Co., 150 Fifth Avenue, occupied completely by Mastercard, and, of course, the Flatiron Building, home to MacMillan Publishing. There are many other multi-tenant office buildings in the Flatiron District where smaller companies can find office space, like 156 Fifth Avenue and 915 Broadway, as well as numerous buildings on the side streets, which tend to have a lower price per square foot than the avenue buildings.