New Sublease in Midtown South – Loft Office Space in NYC

March 20, 2015

Lance Leighton

Founder – TechOfficeSpaces.com
Corporate Managing Director, Savills Studley
New York State Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

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Full Floor Sublease From Bonobos – 45 West 25th Street

Midtown South is without question the hottest commercial real estate market in the country.  With vacancy rates at all time lows and asking rents at all time highs, it is very difficult to find TAMI spaces in this highly coveted New York City neighborhood.  Since most tech, media and advertising companies are looking for the same office space types (short-term, flexible and relatively inexpensive subleases, cool factor, etc.), it has become more challenging to find the ideal workplace.  However, there is a unique full floor opportunity that just hit the market at 45 West 25th Street.

Measuring 10,912 rentable square feet (click here for a floorplan), the entire 3rd floor is being offered for sublease from Bonobos.   Featuring hardwood floors and high ceilings, this is the perfect loft for any TAMI tenant seeking a primarily open layout.  The sublandlord is looking to do a 1-2 year lease (it was taken for their anticipated growth) and furniture can potentially be made available.  Click here to contact us for the asking rent or here to try our free and instant office space search.

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