Garment District Offices
42nd St. to 34th St., Ninth to Fifth Ave.
Zip Codes: 10001, 10018, 10036, 10122
From Herald to Times Square – the area between the two locales is known as the Garment District (i.e. Fashion District), a densely populated neighborhood which stands less than one square mile and once served as home to many fashion manufactures. This district contains many showrooms which have primarily replaced the manufacturing tenants of yesteryear. The neighborhood still focuses on all facets of the fashion industry; from design to sales – no other metropolitan area boasts such an applied use of business and talent in real estate.
The Garment District is served by many groups which strive to maintain the area’s vibrancy and relevance in today’s economic world. The primary organization spearheading the effort is called The Fashion Center Business Improvement District (aka Fashion Center BID), a non-profit which works to promote both fashion and non-fashion businesses alike. As fashion-industry tenancy declines many commercial properties have begun converting lofts and large open floor plates into showrooms and smaller offices, the latter of which has been occupied by a variety of businesses such as tech spheres that are migrating north from their traditional Silicon Alley corridor.
Recent real estate analysis has shown that over 50% of businesses now are non-fashion oriented. There has been a substantial upsurge in communications, finance, and healthcare providers to the area which has become coveted by smaller companies / industries.
This neighborhood due to its manufacturing history enjoys a healthy supply of commercial lofts either for lease or sale. In addition many landlords have installed brand new systems, while preserving and enhancing the loft-style aesthetic, including original hardwood floors, exposed ceilings and open-architecture collaborative workspace.
The neighborhood enjoys a bevy of transportation options which are easily accessible and conveniently located including; Penn Station (NJ Transit & LIRR Service) and the nearby Grand Central Terminal at East 42nd Street.
Browse through today’s available Garment District office space rental listings; whether for direct lease, sublease, or for purchase within any commercial building found in Bryant Park, the Perfumed District, Herald Square, or Madison Square Garden area. Find a new office space quickly with easy access to all facets of the market including floor plans, photos, and more + set up a tour today.
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