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Neal J. Lerner
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SPACE DESCRIPTION

Furnished Bright Space In "A" Building

Move Right In If Your Firm Needs Up To 10 offices, OR private space with dedicated reception area and locking entrance.

This is a fabulous sublease with a lot of different configuration options.  If your firm needs 10, 5 or 2 offices, you can rent furnished legal space from a midtown firm that occupies the entire floor above, and is a long term tenant in the building.  Their future expansion space is available for a 5-year term, offering you long term stability in a Class-A, S.L. Green tower, with a great lobby and tight access security.

The availability is on the 24th floor and it has one dedicated conference room.  There are also 4 workstations and space for dedicated office equipment.  The main reception area is on the 25th floor, directly above.  Bring your own phones and internet (Spectrum) - all offices are wired to a central demarcation point.  There is overflow conference room space, and a copier is available as well as a full kitchen/lunch room.  There is also an interior ADA compliant bathroom with shower (attention bicycle commuters and lunch time runners).

The space is built to a high standard for legal use and the intention is that 2 or 3 sublessees will share the space - but if one firm requires the entire availability, the whole suite can be dedicated to a single user.

Your Host is an established business litigation and transactional practice with headquarters in Redwood City and offices in 8 other locations.  The space is offered to attorneys but other appropriate professionals will be considered.

The conference room is located immediately off the reception/waiting area which is also proximate to the elevators.  There is a double glass door entrance, and your business signage will be featured with direct hallway visibility.

This is above standard law office space offering a sublease with immediate availability for your firm.  There is a possibility for part time use - on a 2 or 3 day per week basis.  This would require 2 parties to share one office - and never be present on the same day...so it gets a bit complicated, but it appears this is the direction of the market for individual office rentals and we're willing to have the conversation if you're interested.

The space has nice city views and great natural light throughout.  It would be a perfect new location for a small law firm - or satellite office for an out of town firm, as well as a good spot for solo practices.  The size is malleable and we can accommodate your requirement for 10 offices or less with a long term arrangement that offers locational stability - because no one likes to move!

Neal Lerner is available for tours at your convenience.  Facetime or Zoom tours can also be arranged.  Call for a movie tour or more information:  (212) 986-9100 or Send Email

HIGHLIGHTS

FurnishedBring Your Own Phones
Bring Your Own InternetCopy/Scan/Fax Available
KitchenLunch Room
7 x 24 x 365 AccessClass A Building
City ViewsGreat Light

AVAILABLE OFFICES

2 Windowed Offices
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Corner Partner
200 sq. ft.
3 Windowed Offices
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Partner
165 sq. ft.
5 Windowed Offices
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Associate
105 sq. ft.

WORKSTATIONS

4 Workstations
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LISTING DETAILS

Floorplan / Flyer
  • Space Type SHARED LEGAL
  • Sub Type Legal Suite
  • Listing For Attorneys & CPAs Only
  • Neighborhood Grand Central
  • Cross Street 46-47th / 3rd - Lex
  • Windowed Offices 10
  • Workstations 4
  • Lease Type Sublease
  • Reception Services None
  • Conference Rooms Multiple
  • Internet Provider Spectrum
  • Possession/Vacancy Date Immediate/Vacant
  • Term of Lease 5 Years
  • Last Updated 06-28-2022

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750 Third Avenue, New York, NY, 10017
750 Third Avenue - Grand Central Square
New York, NY 10017

The Grand Central Square building is located at 750 Third Avenue on the cross street of East 46th St. The building was build in 1958 and has approximately 875,000 square feet. It has 34 stories and is close to all public transportation. The building is close to the MetLife Building and is a short walk to Grand Central Station.

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  • Cross StreetEast 46th St.
  • NeighborhoodHillman
  • Stories 34
  • Total Area (s.f.)857,000
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Grand Central Facts

Grand Central

The Grand Central neighborhood of Manhattan runs from 36th Street to 47th Street between Fifth Avenue and the East River, with the focal point being Grand Central Station at 42nd Street.  This is one of the most active commercial real estate leasing districts in NY, and it encompasses approximately 55,000,000 rentable square feet of Class A and B office space in the east Midtown area.

There is no better diverse collection of different businesses and practices anywhere, which makes the Grand Central neighborhood a prime location for shared professional office space in all industries.  Shared legal office space, shared financial office space, shared tech office space and shared medical office space abound in this area – it is also a very healthy coworking area.

An unbelievable selection of restaurants and unusual dining venues like food trucks and food courts abound, taking into account a busy hour for all 3 meals of the day.  It is home to corporate headquarters and is famous for its Park Avenue corridor as the corporate home to a diverse group of national and international corporations, as Grand Central Terminal is one of the busiest transportation hubs in Manhattan.  There is also a diverse selection of embassy locations, diplomatic missions,  and personnel due the the United Nations headquarters here.

Corporate headquarters locations include:  Bloomberg L.P., JPMorgan Chase, Time Warner, Citigroup, CBS, Ernst & Young, Deloitte, Estee Lauder, MetLife, Morgan Stanley, NBC, Sumitomo Corp., Hachette Book Group, Alitalia, Viacom, TBWA Worldwide, Univision, Thomson Reuters and of course The New York Times Company, and CUNY.

Important new construction includes buildings at 1 Vanderbilt Avenue, 380 Madison Avenue and 425 Park Avenue.  These projects coincide with the rezoning of the Grand Central office district which should revitalize the older office stock through renovation, construction and additions to modernize the inventory of available commercial office space.

Some buildings that rank high in the “office sharing” index include:

·         60 East 42nd Street

·         666 Third Avenue

·         708 Third Avenue

·         420 Lexington Avenue

·         405 Lexington Avenue

·         535 Fifth Avenue

·         555 Fifth Avenue

·         200 Park Avenue

·         230 Park Avenue

·         250 Park Avenue

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