Modern Multi Office Sublet In Third Avenue Law Firm
Long Term 10 Room Private Space For A Small Firm
So here is a very tidy opportunity to sublease office space from another law firm and get space that was specifically built for a legal practice. You can rent up to 10 offices - and for less than 10 please anticipate sharing the premises with one or two other firms.
Recently renovated and in move-in condition this unit (or parts thereof) are available immediately for a 5 year sublease. This long term assures the "guest" tenants they will have stability and not have to move again for a long time. At the same time it locks in the Covid pricing for the entire period
For a firm that requires private space of around 4000 sq. ft., the space can be rented in its entirety as a totally private area with locking front door adjacent to the elevators and excellent identification.
There is an ADA compliant bathroom in addition to facilities in the hall - but the one inside the unit has a shower (attention noon time runners!)
This is part of the 24th floor at 750 Third Avenue and is being sublet by the Ropers Majeski firm. The reception area for both floors is located on 25 and this is where your visitors will be directed.
Most required furniture is included though you might need a few pieces to fill in. There are 4 large workstations and a nice kitchen. The space does have its own reception area and if you have your own receptionist, this location would be considered the fifth workstation.
There is space for a large copier and other business equipment. The space is fully wired for internet and phones with full access to the central demarcation point.
This is an interesting offering for both small and solo practices and we welcome your inquiries to discuss exactly what "Covid pricing" means as far as this sublease is concerned. It's in a great Midtown Manhattan location about a 6 minute walk to Grand Central Station - which makes it perfect for Metro North commuters and soon it will work for Long Island Railroad customers as well, when the LIRR opens the termination point at GCT.
Midtown NYC has to a large extent been reborn. We're seeing a lot of law firms that are contracting - and this is a perfect example. This unit was signed for right before Covid and the Host firm planned on using it for its future expansion. Alas, things went in the opposite direction and this gives you the opportunity to take advantage of someone else's headache.
Please call Neal Lerner for more information at (212) 986-9100 or send an email
and we'll get right back to you. In person and Facetime tours are available.
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