Opportunity to Occupy a Full Floor in Chelsea

March 16, 2017

The Best TAMI Pre-Built in Chelsea

49 West 23rd Street, owned and managed by Adams & Company, is located in the heart of Chelsea, the hottest area for office space in the tech, advertising, media industries. Home to The Skimm, the asset is uniquely located between Broadway and Sixth Avenue just west of Madison Square Park. This is the only floor still available in the building as ownership has been extremely successful leasing the rest of the floors due to the high-end creative buildouts and competitive pricing.

The entire 8th floor measures 5,594 rentable square feet creating a unique opportunity to occupy a full floor on such a small plate. The layout will be perfect for a creative firm as it will be built with two executive corner offices, a large conference room, an open-style wet pantry, and open area for benching (click here to see the floor plan). It’s an extremely high-end “tech” buildout with hardwood floors, exposed ceilings, glass fronted offices, and a tenant controlled air conditioning unit. In addition, the landlord recently installed new bathrooms. Available for occupancy in June, this is the last available space in one of the best TAMI office buildings in Chelsea.

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