Located on Third Avenue at 41st Street, a law firm has several private offices for sublease. This Grand Central office space would be ideal for an attorney or other professional use. All of the offices receive good natural light and are pretty large. Some furniture available. Subtenant will have access to conference rooms, reception, and some storage.
Private Offices for Rent
When we say Private Office, we mean a private room within another company’s office suite. For example, many law firms sublease private offices to other attorneys and solo practitioners. Of course, law firm offices aren’t the only businesses that sublease private offices. The office for rent could be within a creative agency or hedge fund. When you rent a private office, in addition to the actual room, you typically have access to other parts of the suite, like the conference room, kitchen, and break areas. In most cases, the written agreements used to rent private offices in NYC are fairly basic – a simple license agreement will usually suffice, which means your business will be up-and-running quickly.