SPACE DESCRIPTION

Rent Up To 7 Offices in a Row In High-End Shared Legal Office Space
Includes 1 Corner Partner Office

A group of 3-7 offices is available for sublease in a law firm with a commanding presence immediately off the elevators on the 28th floor of 1700 Broadway. The space is decorated and furnished in an above standard manner and offers a very impressive environment beginning at the wide open reception area proximate to the glass wall conference rooms and library.

Move in to fully furnished office space that is wired for phones and internet. Use the "Host" telephone system but bring your own lines and internet, and you've got plug and play connectivity. The space is available for occupancy on January 1 (or possibly sooner). Your new office can be on Broadway between 53rd and 54th Streets in this impressive Class-A, full block building directly across the street from the old Ed Sullivan theater.

The group of offices has a large corner senior partner's office with a second large office plus Jr Partner office and 4 associate's offices immediately next to each other. Each room has at least 14' of depth, when coupled with high ceilings and full height wood doors gives a very good feeling of volume. The space also has a lot of natural light from extensive perimeter windows. 1-2 Workstations are also available.

This is a serious working environment that makes a very strong impression on the visiting client. It is modern space that is tastefully decorated and impeccably maintained.

Share office space with a law firm that has an excellent International reputation, seeking to share space with established attorneys of similar stature. Tax Attorneys, Corporate, Real Estate or T&E would be an ideal match, however all low traffic practice areas, as well as other appropriate professional uses will be considered.


HIGHLIGHTS

Class A Building7 x 24 x 365 Access
Attended LobbyGood Natural Light
City ViewsKitchen
Copy/Scan/Fax AvailableWired For Data + Phones
Bring Your Own InternetPhone system w/ voicemail
Bring Your Own PhonesAbove Standard Improvements
Glass Enclosed Conference RoomMove-In Condition
Directly Off ElevatorsHigh Ceilings

CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE

4 Windowed Offices
Rent: Please Inquire
Associate Offices
126 sq. ft.
1 Windowed Office
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Partner Office (3 windows)
182 sq. ft.
1 Windowed Office
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Corner Partner Office (6 windows)
225 sq. ft.
1 Windowed Office
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Jr. Partner
168 sq. ft.

WORKSTATIONS

1 Workstation
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LISTING DETAILS

  • Space Type SHARED LEGAL
  • Host Practice General Practice
  • Listing For All Professionals
  • Neighborhood Columbus Circle
    Midtown Manhattan
  • Windowed Offices 7
  • Workstations 1
  • Lease Type Sublease
  • Reception Services Full-Time
  • Conference Rooms Multiple
  • Possession/Vacancy Date January 1, 2015
  • Term of Lease 2-years (negotiable)
  • Last Updated 02-09-2019

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