Competitively Priced Downtown Shared Law Office Space With Views!

Join a real estate firm and several other diverse practitioners in a shared legal office space with a very competitively priced windowed office and workstation with a very "green" tree top view facing Trinity Church. All amenities for a law firm (or other appropriate professional) are available on a shared basis - everything you need to run your firm is already here.. The rent includes conference room use and reception services to meet and greet your visitors, and a modern VoiP phone system as well as 2 copiers are available. Additional shared amenities include The Law Journal, In Sync court services, water cooler etc. Some furnishings can be made available, or bring your own and move right in.

The building has a beautiful attended lobby that will make a great impression on your visitors. The office and workstation are very competitively priced and we are looking for a subtenant that appreciates a good, professional working environment for their law practice. Other professionals are welcome to inspect the space as well. Further, the "host" firm has a long term lease in the building so this could be a stable environment for your practice for years to come. This is a great opportunity to achieve a competitive rental in a very nice space with good views.


Renovated BuildingAttended Lobby
City ViewsGreat Views
Copy/Scan/Fax Available
VoiPPhone system w/ voicemail


1 Windowed Office
Rent: $1,650 /month
Large Office
168 sq. ft.


1 Workstation
Rent: $250/mo


  • Space Type Available Offices
  • Host Practice General Practice
  • Listing For All Professionals
  • Neighborhood Tribeca
    Downtown Manhattan
  • Windowed Offices 1
  • Workstations 1
  • Lease Type Sublease
  • Reception Services Full-Time
  • Conference Rooms Single
  • Possession/Vacancy Date Immediate/Vacant
  • Term of Lease 1 Year Minimum
  • Last Updated 12-15-2016


Tribeca Facts

Tribeca is an abbreviation for “Triangle Below Canal Street”.  The neighborhood is bounded by Canal, West, Broadway and Chambers streets.  It was originally residential transitioning into more of a mercantile area in the 19th century.  It was heavily impacted by the September 11th attack, and in its rehabilitation thereafter was favored by technology oriented tenants and start-ups, while many of the former industrial buildings have been converted to residential use – and over the years has been home to many famous people.  It is favored by the “entertainment” crowd.

Two major structures in the area:  32 Avenue of the Americas and 388 Greenwich Street cater mainly to telecom tenants and Citigroup respectively, but throughout this section of New York there are many small tenancies occupied by growing businesses, as well as larger ones occupied by established players.

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