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30 West 32nd Street

Manhattan

New York, NY 10001

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  • Year Built1910
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    Neighborhood

    Manhattan

    When most people think of New York City, The Big Apple, or The City That Never Sleeps, the image that comes to mind is of Manhattan. Manhattan is home to the most iconic places and landmarks in NYC and has built a reputation as the leading financial, cultural, and entertainment center of the world.

    Already the most densely populated borough in New York City, with approximately 1.6 million residents, Manhattan’s daytime population more than doubles during weekdays as commuters flood the city to work in over 500 million square feet of office space. New developments like Hudson Yards add to the square footage of office space every year, ensuring that companies of all shapes and sizes will continue to have plenty of ideal options to fit their office needs.

    Manhattan Office Space | Lease Data & Trends

    Commercial tenants should expect to pay around $72 per square foot for office space in Manhattan, with a Class A office space average of $84. Class A properties are in high demand, primarily due to the appeal of new and renovated office buildings in the area. More than 10 million square feet of new and redeveloped product is expected to become available in 2018.

    The first two months of 2018 saw an additional $1 billion in commercial real estate sales compared to the beginning of 2017, a good sign for the market to remain strong throughout the year.

    Manhattan Office Space for Rent | Popular Neighborhoods

    Midtown Manhattan

    One of Manhattan’s two central business districts, Midtown is composed of multiple submarkets. Over two-thirds of Midtown’s inventory is Class A product with an average rent of $83 per square foot. Nearly every train runs through Midtown, and Pennsylvania Station, Grand Central Station, and Port Authority Bus Terminal are all located in Midtown.

    Plaza District

    Office space in the Plaza District attracts two-thirds of all NYC hedge funds and is ideal for small to mid-size financial services. The average Class A property is leased at $94 per square foot. Commuters can arrive in the Plaza District via Grand Central Station. Subway lines B, D, F, M, 1, N, Q, and R as well as seven bus lines pass through the area.

    Chelsea

    Chelsea’s lower average rent of $59 per square foot combined with its abundance of sprawling brick and beam spaces have attracted a variety of big-name tech companies to the neighborhood, including Google, Twitter, YouTube, and Venmo. The presence of Chelsea Market and the High Line provide additional appeal for those working in the area. Penn Station makes Chelsea easily accessible for employees traveling by intercity or commuter rail. Six bus routes and the A, C, E, F, M, 1, 2, and 7 trains also make stops in Chelsea.

    Flatiron District

    Named after the iconic, triangular Flatiron Building, Flatiron has over 21 million square feet of in-demand office space with a low vacancy rate. Floor plans tend to be modest with high ceilings, which attracts companies looking for open office concepts at an average of $65 per square foot. The original center of Silicon Alley, Flatiron is the 6th most walkable neighborhood in NYC and boasts excellent transit options, including 24 bus lines and the F, L, M, N, Q, R, 4, and 5 trains.

    Financial District

    The Financial District (FiDi) is defined by the presence of Wall Street, the Federal Reserve, the New York Stock Exchange, and NASDAQ. Considered widely to be the financial center of the world, FiDi offers some of the most affordable office space in Lower Manhattan at rents between $53 and $57 per square foot. Commuters can reach FiDi via the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, A, C, E, J, Z, R, or W trains, the PATH train, or the East River and Staten Island Ferries.

    World Trade Center

    World Trade Center has over 20 million square feet in inventory with one of the highest vacancy rates (17.3%) in Lower Manhattan. Average office space rents at $81 per square foot and 2017 showed strong leasing trends. Development is still underway, with 2 million square feet still under construction. The World Trade Center Transport Hub provides a connection for the 2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, J, Z, N, R, W, and PATH trains.

    Times Square

    Known as a major tourist destination and the center of entertainment in NYC, Times Square is one of the more expensive Manhattan submarkets. Office space is leased for an average of $91 per square foot. Times Square-42nd Street/Port Authority Bus Terminal is the busiest station complex in the system and is served by the 1, 2, 3, 7, A, C, E, N, Q, R, and W trains.

    SoHo

    Short for South of Houston Street, SoHo is an upscale, mixed-use neighborhood that boasts over four million square feet of office space for rent. Commercial tenants will pay an average of $77 per square foot and up to $87 per square foot for Class A properties, due to high demand. Β The 1, 6, A, C, E, N, R, J, and Z trains pass through the neighborhood, as well as the PATH train.

    Hudson Square

    A hub for advertising, media, and technology, Hudson Square is an up-and-coming business district located within an attractive community. More than 70% of Hudson Square’s inventory is in Class A buildings. The area is sometimes referred to as West SoHo and shares SoHo’s average rents. The 1, A, C, and E trains and M5, M20, and M21 buses serve the area.

    Tribeca

    Tribeca is a trendy and expensive Manhattan submarket. Short for β€œTriangle Below Canal Street,” Tribeca is bordered by Canal Street, West Street, Broadway, and Vesey Street. Office space in Tribeca offers a lot of flexibility and open floor space and leases for an average of $87 per square foot. Tribeca is a haven for walkers and bikers, and offers a variety of transportation options via train, bus, PATH, and ferry.

    Hudson Yards

    The newest development in Manhattan, Hudson Yards is located between Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen. Plans for Hudson Yards include 16 skyscrapers with close to six million square feet designated for commercial office space. Office space at Hudson Yards is already in high demand, mainly by the tech sector, and growing at a faster rate than Silicon Alley. Hudson Yards is incredibly easy to reach by train, bus, bike, or ferry.

    Union Square

    Conveniently located in the heart of Manhattan, Union Square is a prime location for office space. Class A buildings in Union Square lease at an average of $79 per square foot, with the overall average of Union Square office space much lower at $68 per square foot. Β The district shares its name with Union Square Park and represents the southern end of Silicon Alley. The 14th Street-Union Square station is located directly below Union Square and is served by the 4, 5, 6, L, N, Q, R, and W trains.

    Grand Central

    Grand Central Station is a vast commuter terminal served by the 4, 5, 6, 7, and S trains, multiple bus lines, and the Metro-North Railroad. The iconic transit center provides easy access around the city and is located close to the UN Headquarters. Current inventory has a relatively high vacancy rate of 10.9%, and more than 2.5 million square feet are under construction. Office space near Grand Central Station ranges from $67-$70 per square foot.

    Getting Around Manhattan

    A major asset for companies with Manhattan office space is the abundance of transportation options. Whether by train, bus, commuter rail, or ferry, the majority of residents in and around NYC use public transportation to get to work. Penn Station and Grand Central Station are both located in Manhattan, connecting Manhattan to suburbs and major cities throughout the region and creating a vast hiring pool. There are 151 Subway stations in Manhattan alone, and New Jersey’s PATH system also connects to six stations in Manhattan.

    The neighborhoods in Manhattan are all highly walkable, and the city has a growing network of bike lanes and Citi Bike stations.

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