New Tech Office Space Available In Gramercy

October 5, 2016

Creative Midtown South Office Space

Gramercy is one of the cozier-village like neighborhoods in Manhattan. Though not as lively or energetic as some of the other up and coming areas, it is still a very desirable place to live and work. We have seen more and more TAMI companies flocking here because of its convenient location between Madison Square Park and Union Square along the 4, 5, 6 subway. Landlords, including 30 East 20th Street’s Walter & Samuels, are catching on to the trend and tailoring their build-outs towards more creative users. In the extremely boutique loft building in Gramercy, lies a remarkable opportunity to lease the entire 6th and 7th penthouse floors.


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The floors combined measure 6,126 rentable square feet creating the most unique TAMI appropriate office space in New York City. It is currently built with an interconnecting stairwell, exposed brick, hardwood floors, a wet pantry, 3 private bathrooms, and spectacular 16 ‘ vaulted ceilings with skylines throughout. Available for occupancy in February of 2017, it is truly a one-of-a-kind space. If you are out in the market looking for an office with “wow factor”, this would be an outstanding option.

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