This is an ideal situation for a small, growing, business related immigration law professional or small immigration firm with a possible overflow of per diem work from a very busy general immigration law practice.

One large office with two huge windows, furnished with a large wood desk, lateral filing cabinets and a wall of bookshelves. This is a bright office with good natural light, operable windows, and solid cherry wood doors with frosted glass. The entire space has very high ceilings and a great feeling of volume.

There is a possibility of an additional smaller room for rent if necessary.

Our full time professional receptionist will meet and greet your clients. Bring your own phones. Internet included (Fios).

The building has an upgraded, attended lobby with 7 day, 24 hour access. Elevators, hallways and bathrooms are all newly renovated to a very high standard.

This is a very well located building in proximity to all Courts, to many subway lines and a plethora of eating opportunities. There is a Starbucks downstairs.

This large furnished office is available immediately and is offered to all appropriate business professionals - though as stated above there would be a potential symbiosis with another immigration law practice looking for nice space Downtown Manhattan.


New LobbyCard Key System
Renovated Building7 x 24 x 365 Access
Attended LobbyGood Natural Light
City ViewsInternet Included
Bring Your Own PhonesAbove Standard Improvements
Move-In ConditionFurnished


1 Windowed Office
Rent: Please Inquire
Office 1
176 sq. ft.


  • Space Type Available Offices
  • Host Practice General Practice
  • Listing For All Professionals
  • Neighborhood Tribeca
    Downtown Manhattan
  • Windowed Offices 1
  • Lease Type Sublease
  • Reception Services Full-Time
  • Conference Rooms 0
  • Internet Provider Verizon Fios
  • Possession/Vacancy Date Immediate/Vacant
  • Term of Lease Negotiable
  • Last Updated 04-07-2016


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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