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118 West 134th Street


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118 West 134th Street, New York, NY 10030

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Celebrated around the world for its rich cultural heritage, Harlem is a large neighborhood in Upper Manhattan that is made up of multiple submarkets. Often divided by West, Central, and East Harlem, other neighborhoods within Harlem include Mount Morris Historic District, Sugar Hill, Strivers’ Row, Hamilton Heights, Manhattanville, and Morningside Heights. Harlem is a vibrant location with a storied history, lots of outdoor space, affordable apartments, and iconic theaters and jazz clubs.

Getting to Know Harlem, New York NY

Central Harlem is the name for Harlem proper, which includes Morningside Park, St. Nicholas Park, and Jackie Robinson Park. It is bounded by the Harlem River to the north, beautiful Central Park to the south, famed Fifth Avenue to the east, and Morningside Park, St. Nicholas Avenue, and Edgecombe Avenue to the west. Hamilton Heights and Manhattanville comprise West Harlem. Just north of the Upper East Side, East Harlem (often called Spanish Harlem or El Barrio) is not technically part of Harlem proper—however, it is part of what is called Greater Harlem.

Development potential is exceptionally high in the Factory District of West Harlem, where Janus Property Company is working on redeveloping vacant industrial buildings and constructing new mixed-use commercial spaces. East Harlem in particular is a location that has seen a significant amount of economic growth. From 2007 to 2017, the number of businesses based in East Harlem increased by 37%.  Harlem also houses a significant number of medical facilities, including Mount Sinai Hospital, and the healthcare industry employs more people in Harlem than any other industry in this location. Other vital industries in the area include retail, professional, education, and hospitality.

Establish Your Office in a Rich Cultural Landscape

Harlem is a lively and dynamic New York City neighborhood in which to live and work. Renowned for the cultural and historical significance of the Harlem Renaissance in the 1920s and 1930s, Harlem’s food, jazz, and art scene continues to thrive among handsome brownstones and lush green parks. Over the last decade, the area has become increasingly attractive for commercial tenants — including many startup companies — seeking affordable prices among a well-established and diverse community.

For offices that decide to grow in Harlem, the neighborhood offers loads of opportunities to eat, explore, and enjoy some exercise. Red Rooster Harlem and Harlem Shake are two standouts in the dining scene. Our team also recommends Charles’ Pan Fried Chicken, Melba’s, and Sylvia’s.

If you need some fresh air, take a stroll through the Historic Harlem Parks, including Jackie Robinson Park, Marcus Garvey Park, Morningside Park, and St. Nicholas Park. The parks cover more than 85 acres and comprise about 40% of Harlem’s open space. There are also plenty of good gyms, such as Blink Fitness, New York Sports Clubs, Planet Fitness, and Harlem Branch YMCA, if you seek a more strenuous workout.

Harlem Commercial Office Space for Lease

Harlem office space is a great option for businesses seeking to avoid high Manhattan and Brooklyn lease prices. Small office space and large sized office space is available in a variety of options, from single-desk offices in co-working spaces to entire floors of renovated buildings.

To learn more about Harlem office spaces and lease prices in your preferred size and price ranges, contact one of our experienced brokers and we will help you in your search.

Top Commercial Properties for Lease in Harlem

Because Harlem is so large in size and includes so many diverse neighborhoods, it might be intimidating trying to figure out all on your own where to begin looking for office space. Check out these three Squarefoot-recommended properties to start your Harlem office space search, or contact us to see more listings that suit your business needs.

81 East 125 Street: The Corn Exchange is a historically landmarked building located at 81 East 125 Street directly adjacent to the 4/5/6 125th Street subway station. First constructed in 1883, this seven-story structure offers about 37,000 square feet of Class A office space and is LEED certified. Right now, several units, both office and retail space, are available in this gorgeous building, which features a rooftop terrace and views of Upper Manhattan. Contact us for pricing or a tour. Just steps away from this location lie plenty of food and coffee options including Starbucks, Corner Social, and Popeyes.

2162 3rd Avenue: 2162 3rd Avenue is a Class B office building located in East Harlem. This four floor building has 29,607 square feet of rentable area, and several units currently available. Good lunchtime eating places like Popeyes, Manna’s Restaurant, and Uptown Veg are just a few minute’s walk from the office building. Inquire about pricing or request a tour of this property.

2419 2nd Avenue: This office building is located right across from the Triboro Plaza in East Harlem. Along with office space, it houses retail space and excellent signage.

If you would like to view these buildings or learn about other available offices for lease in Harlem, New York NY, don’t hesitate to contact us! We can also show you office space in other neighborhoods, from Midtown to Chinatown, and help you identify the perfect rental space.

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