Hudson Yards Offices
Once a century does a city make big bold changes to its landscape for the future – thats exactly what occurred over the last decade within Manhattan’s midtown west neighborhood. Situtated on an elevated street concourse Hudson Yards has become the latest edition to the NYC landscape; home now to Fortune 100 Companies its some of the most expensive commercial real estate while also touting being the largest private real estate development in U.S. history.
Built over the 30-tracks owned by Metroplitan Transportation Authority, the site sits nestled upon a 28-acre plot of land – all of which stands between the neighborhoods of chelsea and hell’s kitchen on the western side of midtown. Today 6.2 million square feet of building space has become the Hudson Yards, with the eastern portion of the yard lande to be the first in construction of the two phases in the neighborhood.
The eastern yards has reach completion – which is a mix of residences, shops, restaurants, and office towers.
The east yards also feature a performing arts center
The second phase of construction still needs to be built though details haven’t fully been released on what exactly will be built there.
For now Hudson Yards has become synonymous for its cluster tall glass buildings straddling the Hudson River coast of Manhattan – this 5 billion dollar mega project is being developed by Steven Ross. The western yard the AKA the second phase has been repeatedly delayed due to a couple financing issues. In turn half of the neighbor is now complete as phase one – being phase one the eastern yard construction came to an end a few years ago. In terms of engineering and scope; this project was a difficult feat to pull off as it was built literally above / on top of / an active MTA rail-yard.
As per phase one construction consisted of an array of cutting edge office and retail space with the addition of a seven-story mall with a hundred shops.
Rental rates here for office space are some of the most expensive in the city; with price per foot skyrocketing many companies pay for the exclusive addresses being of far greater expense than those average prices found in both midtown or downtown as affordability isn’t the incentive here.
Tenth Ave. to Twelfth, West 30th St. to West 34th Street Zip Codes: 10018
Here you can search for office space in Manhattan’s reputable Hudson Yards; this newly minted neighborhood offers a wide range of office options with many locations focused on today’s every growing
West 30th Street
West 31st Street
West 32nd Street
West 33rd Street
West 34th Street
Today there are dozens of office vacancies in the Hudson Yards for lease, allowing for an exceptional opportunity of available office spaces throughout the neighborhood. We can set up a tour together at anytime between Monday to Friday. Browse now through available Hudson Yards office space commercial listings; whether for direct lease office, sublet office space, or to purchase a office condo within a West Manhattan commercial building. Find a new space easily with quick insight into all facets of the market including; floor plans, photos, comprehensive details, and more + set up a tour today.
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Looking specifically at offices in Hudson Yards New York City, companies can expect leases at an average of about $120 per square foot.
|West Side Office for Lease 1,6025 SF. / $ SF.
Near the Cobblestoned Streets by Stone and Hanover – These newly renovated offices stand inside a 1,500 square-foot pre-built sublet that’s perfect for the personal-professional startup, strike-out professional and or someone simply looking to work “at home” without actually working from home. Though the property does not have all the corporate amenities of nearly Wall Street, this space sublet can fit the needs of a small business with adjustable cubicle sizes/configurations, in addition to a director’s station (bullpen). Furthermore it comes with a small conference room, as well as state-of-the-art phone and video conferencing. Downstairs, old New York is readily seen through all the shops and attractions of the South Street Seaport, one of New York’s favorite attractions.
|34th Street Office Sublet for Rent 2,200 SF. / $ SF.
Made-to-Order Sublet in Lower Manhattan – This 15th-floor, 3,100 square-foot sublet in a Class-A building off Fulton fits the growing needs of any new accounting firm, tech firm or financial services outlet. With high-end finishes, new carpet and a South-facing wall of windows, employees have the option of looking at gorgeous sky or down on the Wall Street foot traffic. The management company will work with client requirements in terms of layout, whether open, cubicle or bullpen. A conference room with sliding glass doors and CISCO-enabled teleconferencing, a wet pantry and two restrooms ensure the necessary amenities for early-morning or late-night meetings from across the world.
|Eleventh Avenue Office for Lease 3,000 SF. / $ SF.
Office steps from City Hall perfect for Law Office or Financial Firm – Situated just above the Battery, this space features 6 private offices + a bullpen, open cubicle arena and conference room all totaling 4,000 square-feet of production space. Large windows with good exposure to the South and East offer a view of the Brooklyn Bridge and the East River. The office features an ample kitchen with space for caterers to prepare office receptions and lunch conferences. A stone’s throw from the heart of New York City government, this must-see space comes with a negotiable price, close proximity to most of Manhattan’s subway lines and several of downtown’s most exclusive hotels for out-of-town clients.
| West 32nd Street Office for Lease 3,500 SF. / $32 SF.
Commercial Sublet in Downtown Manhattan – This landlord is looking for a financial company to take over its 5,500 square-foot bullpen office in a Class-A property steps from the downtown heliport, the famous Delmonico’s and the Fraunces Tavern, where George Washington drank. Surrounded by flat-screen TVs, advanced CISCO video conferencing cubicles and high-speed Internet – all with 24/7 IT service – this large space is priced to move in a pacing-up economy.No-hassle terms make for a smooth transition to Manhattan from another country or downtown to a change of scenery that includes Battery Park. Nearby, a number of boutique hotels and corporate apartments grant tired international guests a grand New York welcome!
|Wallstreet Office for Rent 7,000 SF. Negotiable
Mid-Building 7,000 SF Raw Space Waiting for a Creative Touch – Though located in a Class-A building recently purchased and renovated, this 7,000-square foot commercial space offers plenty of room for inspiration and ingenuity. Having taken part in downtown’s largest capital improvement program, the downstairs advances include a new lobby, new entrance and a 24 hour/seven-day per week remote monitoring system. User friendly management – the landlord will configure this floor to any specification, though ideally suited for New York bureaus of financial news agencies, global think-tanks or headquarters of a small(ish) international nongovernmental organization. Regardless of need, new tenants can count Thermopane operable windows, advanced CISCO telecom systems and a redone kitchen with stainless-steel finish. Leases signed in this building may qualify for the city’s Commercial Revitalization Tax Incentive Program.
|Water Street Office for Lease 9,000 SF. Negotiable
Water Street High-Rise with Spectacular Views of the Harbor – A draw to some of the world’s most prestigious corporations and law and accounting firms, this 9,000-square-foot office in a Class-A building is ready for instant occupation. A large renovated reception area provides a gateway to newly redone offices and cubicles featuring beautiful hardwood floors, freshly painted walls and an embankment of large windows with a spectacular view of New York Harbor, including the Statue of Liberty. Brooklyn employees are a quick walk or bike ride across the Brooklyn Bridge while Upper Manhattan straphangers are close to all lines at the newly refurbished Fulton Street station. Lawyers for high-profile cases can be at all courthouses and judges chambers within minutes; all financial industry types can look down on Wall Street. As the seasons change, so do the landscapes of nearby City Hall Park and the Battery – perfect for a pushcart lunch or an afternoon coffee break.
|State Street Office for Lease 7,500 SF. / $45 SF.
Lower-Floor 21st Office Outfit in Eco-Friendly Building – Premiere property is looking for an upstart law firm, think talk or advocacy organization to take over this 7,500 square-foot, 3rd-floor modern office with advanced Verizon Fios video conferencing cubicles, bullpen-suites, high-speed WiFi and a refinished lobby with hardwood floors and built-in seating. The selling point of the building is its eco-friendliness, however. In following the trend of other renovated Manhattan buildings, the new owner has installed partitions made of recycled material, energy efficient electrical and a plumbing system that recycles waste-water. A full-time doorman and high-tech alarm system keeps all amenities safe and functional.
|Wallstreet Office for Lease 10,000 SF. Negotiable
Upper-Level, 10,000 SF Space in Landmarked Turn-of-the-Century Building – Perfect for an established real estate brokerage, accounting business or law firm, this is a 10,000-square foot, 17th-floor office at 48 Wall Street, formerly the Bank of New York Building, which has recently completed a $60 million renovation. Transforming the property into a modern first class office building, the upgrades offer the latest in technology and luxury services, including new fiber optic backbone for broadband Internet access, tenant controlled 24-Hr HVAC with floor-by-floor DX units and state-of-the-art Otis Elevonic elevator system. The building, a National Register landmark office building, features an exterior in limestone and is crowned with a copper eagle that was one of the most visible elements of the New York skyline during the roaring 1920s.
|Whitehall Street Office for Lease 12,000 SF. / $32 SF.
Class-A Executive Feel in Renovated Skyscraper – Priced to move, this 12,000-square-foot rental space situated in building directly off Maiden Lane and down from the South Street Seaport offers a large, breathtaking lobby, 24-hour security and round-the-clock maintenance. With ample room for several dozen mid-sized offices and cubicles to match, the space also has offers two dedicated conference rooms wired for global networking, its own pair of private restrooms and a full kitchen. Steps from numerous hotels, the PATH and subway lines allows for the seamless accommodation of commuters and uptown straphangers. Nearby, the finer downtown bars and restaurants make entertaining clients hassle-free.
|South Street Commercial Space for Lease 15,000 SF. Negotiable
Riverfront Ground Level Office and Distribution Center Won’t Last Long – Situated next to an East River pier, this 15,000-square-foot space features a 2nd-floor-office above a large warehouse with potential for a large import showroom or other shipping endeavor. Perfect for one of the dozens of large companies bringing some of the finest goods to NYC – adjacent storage can fit an array of rugs, furniture and art – other possibilities abound, including a commercial photography studio or a large-scale film studio. Upstairs bullpen offices include flat-screen TVs, advanced video conferencing and high-speed Internet. For the right lessee, management will renovate per the closest of specifications, including thereconfiguration of columns, mushroom capitals and drop plates to accommodate all activities in the space.
Nearby Transportation Options
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Moynihan Station (Amtrack)
Penn Station (LIRR, NJ Transit)
Port Authority Bus Terminal (A, C, E)
West 34th Street (A, C, E, 1, 2, 3)
West 42nd Street (A, C, E, 1, 2, 3)
Hudson Yards (7 MTA Subway Line)
Office Buildings in the Area
5 Manhattan West
10 Hudson Yards (501 West 30th Street)
30 Hudson Yards (500 West 33rd Street)
31 Hudson Yards
35 Hudson Yards (560 West 33rd Street)
50 Hudson Yards (415 Tenth Avenue)
55 Hudson Yards (1.3 million square foot office building)
66 Hudson Boulevard
30 Hudson Yards
380 11th Avenue
475 10th Avenue
483 10th Avenue
500 West 33rd Street
501 Tenth Avenue
509-515 West 38th Street
522 West 37th Street
550 West 34th Street
424 West 33rd Street
435 West 31st Street
438 West 37th Street
447 West 36th Street
450 West 31st Street
450 West 33rd Street
460 West 34th Street
483 Tenth Avenue
438-448 West 37th Street (Glass Farm House)
475 Tenth Avenue