Hudson Yards

Rent Hudson Yards Office Space

This newly developed neighborhood is located west of Penn Station, between the US Post Office and the Hudson River. The name Hudson Yards comes from the rail yards that service New Jersey and Long Island over which it was built. If you’ve been to NYC in the last few years, you’ve likely witnessed the growth of the enormous glass towers that now fill the skyline, or maybe you’ve walked The Highline and visited the upscale mall -- "The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards". The towers are occupied by companies such as Warner Media, Wells Fargo, Facebook, L’Oreal, and many others.

Rent office space in law firm

Located on West 31st Street near Penn Station, a law firm has 2 private offices for sublease. This move-in ready office space has 2 furnished, windowed offices. Subtenant will have access to 2 conference rooms, reception area and a wet pantry. The office space has a modern feel with high, open ceilings. Very convenient location for Penn Station commuters.

Ideal rehearsal space for theater or dance company

Located on Tenth Avenue at West 37th St, near the Javits Center, Hudson Yards, and the Theater District, a dance studio has a private suite for sublease. This NYC office space has 2 rooms – a large interior space, which is perfect for rehearsing, and a windowed, private office with lots of storage. There is access to an eat-in kitchen. Renovated building with doorman!

Shared suite with hip media company near Hudson Yards

Rent office space in West Chelsea near Hudson Yards! A media company has two large team rooms for sublease. These nyc offices can be rented together or separately, and are suitable for 6 to 10 people. If desired, a few additional coworking spaces can be made available to accommodate a total of 15 people.  These are furnished team rooms with built-in desks and chairs. There is also access to a conference room, kitchen, and restroom with a shower. Bonus: you can host private events in this office sublet! 

It is anticipated that by 2025 New York City will have 440,000 new office workers and will need 111 million square feet of office space to accommodate them. The only problem; There’s not enough space.

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