Elegant Legal Office In West Side Class-A Building.  Excellent Economics!  Ideal for 1 Attorney + Paralegal

Located just south of Columbus Circle in a Class-A building, this high-end law firm space at 1700 Broadway offers an easy solution for attorneys with low visitor volume. This sublease opportunity is available for a 3-year term and is offered only to legal professionals.

The available sublet comprises one windowed office and one interior office, both available for immediate occupancy. The rooms are furnished but they can be delivered unfurnished as well if you choose to bring your own.

The space distinguishes is well located and proximate to much public transportation.  You'll find very well designed conference rooms and an inviting reception area. Ideal for commuters, the building's proximity to key transit options adds to its practicality.

The offering is for 1 windowed office and 1 interior office - the sublessor is flexible and other arrangements might be possible.  Also of note is that the sublessor could possibly have an affiliation with a 9 attorney firm practicing Litigation, Contracts, T&E and Tax law.

This law office sublet ensures that you can operate in an environment conducive to the focus and confidentiality that legal work demands. With low visitor volume criteria, the setting is tailored to offer minimal disruptions, a feature often sought by practicing attorneys.

Given the sublease term of three years, this space offers stability without sacrificing flexibility. As a shared legal office space sublet, it's an integrated solution designed to meet the needs of legal professionals.


Some Furnishings AvailableBring Your Own Phones
Internet IncludedCopy/Scan/Fax Available
Mail DistributionPostage Machine Available
7 x 24 x 365 AccessClass A Building
Parking GarageKitchen
Great Light


1 Windowed Office
Rent: Negotiable
Office 1
140 sq. ft.
1 Interior Office
Rent: Negotiable
Office 2
110 sq. ft.


  • Space Type Available Offices
  • Host Practice Litigation
  • Listing For Attorneys Only
  • Neighborhood Columbus Circle
  • Windowed Offices 1
  • Interior Offices 1
  • Lease Type Sublease
  • Reception Services Full-Time
  • Conference Rooms Single
  • Possession/Vacancy Date Immediate/Vacant
  • Term of Lease 3 Years
  • Last Updated 02-16-2024

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1700 Broadway -
New York, NY 10019

1700 Broadway is a Class A commercial office building occupying the Broadway block front from 53rd to 54th Streets, and is directly across the street from the old Ed Sullivan Theater. The base floors are 22,000 sq. ft. (about half an acre) and the tower floors are 12,000 sq. ft.. This is a massive steel and glass tower with windows on 4 sides and an imposing wide open stone lobby with full glass front and very high ceilings. The entrance is impressive and the security is strict with a well attended, bright and inviting lobby.

Law firms in this building include:

Feingold & Alpert, LLP
Domestic & Cross-Border Tax and Related Legal Matters

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Columbus Circle:

Columbus Circle was planned as the original entrance to Central Park.  It is the "zero mile point" from which all distances get measured, the geographic center of New York City, as well as a major subway stop.  It is included in the 5 districts of midtown along with the Plaza District, Times Square, Grand Central and Penn Plaza.  Columbus Circle is the gateway to the Upper West Side.  The Time Warner Center is a noteworthy entry point across from the statue of Christopher Columbus.  Office buildings in this neighborhood include: 

This neighborhood encompasses the Lincoln Center campus as well as a plethora of famous restaurants and food stores.  This is a vibrant residential community at the heart, with commercial office buildings primarily in the southern part of the district.  The Columbus Circle neighborhood is described as having a southern border on West 50th Street from the Hudson River to 6th Avenue, up to 59th Street and back to the River- including the area West of Central Park up to West 65th Street.  It basically includes the entire area between Hell’s Kitchen and Lincoln Square.

The architectural style in the southern part of this neighborhood is a mix of old bulky structures and brand new skyscrapers.  Retail is a mix of old hangers on, and new upscale shops and restaurants.  This dichotomy will present itself throughout New York City and will change as neighborhoods gentrify.  The Columbus Circle neighborhood and the Upper West Side in general is home to some of the most expensive residential real estate in New York and is always in the top tourist attractions in Manhattan

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