51 Astor Place
New York, NY 10003
- 7,069 - 25,401 sqft
|Partial 10th Floor||7,069 sqft||$35,345 /mo est|
|12th Floor||25,400 sqft||$127,000 /mo est|
|12th Floor - Suite||25,401 sqft||$127,005 /mo est|
|10th Suite||25,401 sqft||$127,005 /mo est|
|9th Suite||25,401 sqft||$127,005 /mo est|
|5th Suite||25,401 sqft||$127,005 /mo est|
|Office Space||25,401 sqft||$127,005 /mo est|
|12th Suite||25,401 sqft||$127,005 /mo est|
|8th Suite||25,401 sqft||$127,005 /mo est|
|11th Suite||25,401 sqft||$127,005 /mo est|
|7th Suite||25,401 sqft||$127,005 /mo est|
|6th Suite||25,401 sqft||$127,005 /mo est|
- 0.06 mi🚇6Astor Place
- 0.12 mi🚇RW8th Street-NYU
- 0.28 mi🚇L3rd Avenue
- 0.31 mi🚇45614th Street-Union Square
- 0.34 mi🚇LNQRW14th Street-Union Square
- 0.36 mi🚇6Bleecker Street
- 0.41 mi🚇L1st Avenue
- 0.43 mi🚇F2nd Avenue-Lower East Side
- 0.45 mi🚇BDFMBroadway-Lafayette Street
- Owner/Leasing ManagerEdward Minskoff
- ArchitectFumihiko Maki
- Walk Score®100
- Year Built2013
- Noise Index0.87
- Notable TenantsIBM, Twitter
- LEED® CertificationGold
51 Astor Place is a premium office building located in the heart of New York City’s entrepreneurship scene. It is already home to the Hult International Business School and IBM’s famous ‘Watson” computer and should continue to attract more tenants in the future. Completed in 2014, the building provides 440,000 square feet of class A office space spread across 13 stories. The building was also constructed with a low-energy glazed glass and aluminum curtain wall and is expected to receive a LEED gold certification. Ultimately, 51 Astor is a plucky midtown building that benefits from being in a high-end neighborhood like Greenwich Village.
Home to many of New York University's facilities and student housing, the East Village is known for its vibrant nightlife, youthful energy, and artistic sensibility. But during the day, it exhibits more of a laid-back cool that's just as suitable for studying as it is for business.
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Its streets have a funny way of revealing something different with each passing visit. Maybe your business will be among the new ingredients the East Village cooks with.