Flatiron District Offices
20th St. to Union SQ., Seventh Ave to Gramercy
Zip Codes: 10010, 10011
Here you can search for office space in Manhattan’s fashionable Flatiron District; this area enjoys a wide array of office layouts with many spaces that offer a contemporary range of styles and sizes. With dozens of available Flatiron District office space listings available daily, you can pick the best option that speaks to you and book a tour in little as a day later!
Once a manufacturing hub the Flatiron has become a trendy and sophisticated location for residents and tenants alike, offering conveniences like no other area in the city. Historic traditional real estate has given way to a renaissance following the inception of Midtown South back in the 70s. Back then numerous publishers and their agencies flocked to the area from Midtown Manhattan in order to avoid the high rents that would become synonymous with Midtown.
The district’s enormous commercial properties – the last vestige of cast-iron architecture and leftovers of the Gilded Age NYC once enjoyed. Many of these grand properties have had restoration work done invigorating the tradition homes of business throughout the area. Now trendy restaurants and stylish boutiques dominate many ground-floor spaces, while advertising and media giants occupy the upper floors of these properties.
The mixed real estate in the Flatiron area has allowed for a wide variety of tenants from advertising companies, book / print publishers, and graphic design firms to tech start-ups, photographers, and film production. Most of the remainder space is usually occupied by and residential lofts and condo apartments.
Because of the high density of the particular industries to the area, most businesses seek to be near those services and partners which help drive their bottom-line. This confluence of varying factors plus business / industry expectations has made the Flatiron District poised for success for many years to come. This industry specific consensus has been implemented for over 15 years, creating a concentration of symbiotic businesses and services essential to the area.
With new projects slated to make NYC the new capital of Tech education / business (Cornell Applied Science & Engineering Campus), many new and emerging businesses will depend on the latest offerings given by locally centric talent / services. For those who make the move, this concentration of tech focus is sure to create opportunities not readily available anywhere else today!
Flatiron District NYC Manhattan
Office Space Market Conditions Thursday, June 04, 2020
Direct Leased Offices, Commercial Sublets (Subleased Offices), and Commercial Coops & Condos / Investment Properties
Average Rental Rate ($ per SF.) $58
The average cost per square foot per year in the Flatiron District
Average Available Office Space
• 8,500 SF. (for Lease / Sale)
Neighborhoods Close By
• Chelsea, Gramercy, Midtown South, SOHO, Tribeca, Union Square
Types of Spaces
• Below Market, Built to Suit, Contiguous Floors, Duplex, Lofts, Full Floor, Medical, Pre-Built, Raw, Shared, Vacant…
Neighborhood Transportation (Client & Staff Options)
At the intersection of 23rd Street, Fifth Avenue & Broadway
• MTA Subway – 23rd St (N, Q, R) BMT Broadway Line
• MTA New York City Bus: M2, M3, M5, M23, X27, X28 MTA Bus: BM1, BM2, BM3, BM4, BM5
Nearby Union Square Options
• MTA Subway – 14th St and Union Sq. ( 4, 5, 6, R, N, W, and L trains)
• MTA Subway – Sixth Avenue ( F, V, 1, 2, and 3 trains)
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|20th Street Office for Lease 1,950 SF. / $48 per SF.
East 20th Street Professional Office Near Gramercy – Prime office with all amenities an accountant, advertising, or personal legal professional can need or want. Bound within a commercial side-street buidling, this 1,950-square-foot space features, two small offices, a reception area, a restroom and kitchenette. Around the corner from the amenities of Union Square and the trendy restaurants of Irving Plaza, this office is also close all subway stations and 15 minutes from Grand Central – uptown and suburban satellites are an easy ride. An accommodating landlord will tailor the office to certain specifications and help arrange all telecoms.
|Park Ave South Office for Lease 3,000 SF. Negotiable
Ready for a new publishing house – or the extension of one – a literary magazine or other creative endeavor, this 3,000-square-foot, 5th-Floor office in a Class-B building is still undergoing renovation, but looking for a long-term lease.The management installed green systems and amenities. Electricity-saving light sensors, recycled materials in office drywall and wastewater piping leave a delicate ecological imprint on the city. Old-school publishing territory, this building’s locations provides all opportunities for the key happenstance meeting.
|Broadway Office for Rent 4,750 SF. / $55 SF.
Mid-Floor 4,750-SF Office on Broadway Waiting for a Creative Touch – This 4,750-square-foot space offers plenty of room for innovation and creativity in a recently purchased Class-B building. The space and size of the 5th-floor office ideally suits it for New York bureaus of small nongovernmental organizations, global think tanks or the headquarters of a small(ish) international trading firms, but a user-friendly landlord will build-to-suit. Management has installed all the necessary equipment for advanced telecoms and collaborative workspaces, and an accessible freight elevator aids in the movement all potential promotional materials and equipment. Nearby hotels, such as The Ace, the Carlton and the classic Gershwin, help make the transition to the world’s most-recognized city seamless!
|Fifth Avenue Office for Lease 6,700 SF. CALL FOR FURTHER DETAILS
Refinished Sublet Perfect for Mid-Sized Law, Accounting or Lobby Firm – This 5th-floor, 6,700-square-foot sublet in a mixed-use Class-B building on 25th street will successfully satisfy the needs of a small law, accounting or government lobby firm, leaving room to grow. Featuring high-end finishes, including exposed brick, hardwood flooring, and an 36” windows, employees have a homey office and plenty of sunlight during most business hours. A friendly, flexible management company will work with client requirements in terms of layout, whether open, cubicle or bullpen, as well as the amenities, including CISCO-enabled teleconferencing and a stocked wet pantry. After hours, future and potential clients can take in such landmarks as the Gershwin Hotel – the homage to pop-artist Andy Warhol, which features some of his works – as well as Susan Sarandon’s Ping-Pong sensation, SPiN.
|23rd Street Office for Lease 7,000 SF. CALL FOR FURTHER DETAILS
Third-Floor, Madison Ave. Office for Lease – Perfect for a design firm or advertising agency, this estate, 7,000-square-foot, 3rd-Floor office in a Class-B building on Madison was completely renovated in 2007 and prepped for a long-term lease. With the old tenants moving uptown, the management will work with a redesign of this large office on Madison, although some features might want keeping, such as large offices with lots of room for drafting desks, great storage in the mailroom and tasteful coloring. Once a low-rent district, this area of Manhattan has become one of the hottest areas of Manhattan with lounges and boutique hotels surrounding the area – perfect for client provisions!
|Park Avenue South Office for Lease 7,500 SF. / $52 SF.
Mid-High-Rise 7,500 SF Loft Waiting for a Creative Touch – A part of one of the largest capital improvement programs in New York’s history – the revival of the Flatiron – this Class-B building was recently purchased and renovated with nine 7,500-square foot loft-like spaces for sale. Practically next door to Madison Square Park, this building is one of the few “sky-scrapers” in a neighborhood whose historic zoning does not permit buildings over 20 stories. The downstairs’ advantages, however, include a renovated entrance, advanced security and a 24-hour/seven-day per week doorman. Ideally suited for New York satellite offices of businesses or tech start-ups, new tenants can also count on Thermopane operable windows, and a kitchen with stainless-steel appliances.
|Fifth Avenue Office for Lease 7,500 SF. / $60 SF.
Situated around the corner from the center of New York film business, this 7th-floor-space features 3,000-square-foot of film production space along side a 4,500-square-foot office with conference room. Large windows with good sunlight to the West; the workshop features an ample kitchen with space. A stone’s throw from some of the city’s world-renowned and celebrity-visited restaurants, this must-see space comes with a negotiable price and proximity to Manhattan’s beating heart!
|25th Street Office for Lease 8,800 SF. / $50 SF.
Upper-Level, 8,000-SF+ Space in Pre-War Landmarked Building – This 8,800-square-foot, 12th-floor office in a Class-B, landmarked building is literally situated around the corner from the famous Flatiron and fully prepped for a commercial real estate brokerage, consulting firm or law firm. Built in the 1920s – an era in when architects specifically designed and built patterns and reliefs into structures – this building retains a classic, upscale look. But just because the building is vintage, doesn’t make the office space outdated. Modern, made-to order cubicles, a newly renovated kitchen and Verizon FiOS networking add to myriad amenities, in addition to a 24/7-manned lobby. Many of Flatiron’s lush parks with some of the city’s oldest and most beautiful statues and cast iron add a lift to a lunch break!
|Madison Ave Office for Lease 12,000 SF. Negotiable
Class-B Executive Space in the shadow of Madison Park – Priced to move, this Madison Ave. space features a large, stately lobby, 24-hour security and round-the-clock maintenance. Looking for a renowned consulting firm or other sizable business, the 15th-floor of this building has room for a dozen mid-sized offices and cubicles to match, with high-end finishes, including Birch flooring, and a West-facing wall of windows. The management company will work with client requirements in terms of layout, whether open, cubicle or bullpen. Steps from the Madison Park, an afternoon walk will showcase many other treasures of the neighborhood!
|18th Street Office for Lease 15,000 SF. Negotiable
Lower-Fifth Ad Agency or Creative Space – Steps away from Union Square, this 15,000-square-foot space stands inside of a 10 story Class-B building that is now available for lease. Large windows with good sunlight offer a 16th-floor view of Chelsea; the adjoining workshop has an ample kitchen area with space for seating staff. A stone’s throw from some of the city’s trendiest lounges, this must-see space comes with a negotiable price and an amenable landlord!