Ideally located office suite for all kinds of professionals

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SPACE DESCRIPTION

We provide a variety of flexible office space configurations.

This is a "plug and work" option for a solo practitioners, small law firms, CPAs, architects, start up companies and others seeking fully serviced office space in the heart of downtown Manhattan.

We are 1 block from all courts, City Hall and the Department of Buildings.

Tech:

We provide VLAN internet to each room, redundant and secure internet, wifi for visitors, VOIP telephony, desktop faxing, reception, commercial digital copiers/scanners and other services, including call answering.

Virtual:

MailBox packages from $60 and virtual packages (mail address, phone|fax number and use of conference rooms) from $260.

Transportation:

Near the A, C, E, 4, 5, 6, N, R, J, 1, 2, 3 and a 10 minute walk to the PATH

 

HIGHLIGHTS

Furnished or UnfurnishedPhone System Included
Phone system w/ voicemailPhone Answering Available
T-1 BroadbandVoiP
Internet IncludedHigh Speed Internet + WiFi
Copy/Scan/Fax AvailablePostage Machine Available
KitchenLunch Room
Attended Lobby7 x 24 x 365 Access
Card Key System

AVAILABLE OFFICES

1 Windowed Office
Rent: $1300/mo
Office 14-2
1 Windowed Office
Rent: Please Inquire
Office 3

WORKSTATIONS

4 Workstations
Rent: $500/mo

LISTING DETAILS

  • Space Type SUITE
  • Profession Business Center
  • Listing For Appropriate Professionals
  • Neighborhood Tribeca
  • Cross Street Duane St. | Federal Plaza
  • Windowed Offices 2
  • Workstations 4
  • Lease Type Sublease
  • Reception Services Full-Time & Phone Answering
  • Conference Rooms Multiple
  • Total Suite Size 27,000
  • Commission We provide 10% commission paid monthly for first year
  • Possession/Vacant Immediate/Vacant
  • Term of Lease 3 month minimum
  • Last Updated 04/17/2019

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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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