6,000 SF Full Floor Office Space Opportunity In SoHo

April 5, 2016

Incredible Loft Office Space in New York City – Collaborative Workspace with High Ceilings, Exposed Brick

TAMI companies typically thrive in a work-live-play environment and it also helps them attract and retain the best talent. Accordingly, creative, tech, advertising, media, and information firms continue to look further downtown as the office space market becomes even tighter in Midtown South. Over the past number of years, an overwhelming number of these tenants have been drawn to SoHo, due to its defined identity, complete with a seemingly endless number of restaurants, art galleries, major retailers, gastropubs, and night life.

A full floor at 412 Broadway just became available and is perfect for any tenant looking to capitalize on the above. Located at the corner of Canal Street and Broadway, this boutique building is in close proximity to all public transportation and in the middle of all the action. The building recently underwent extensive renovations to the lobby and elevator systems, while staying true to its classic SoHo style.

In particular, the entire 2nd floor just hit the market and measures 6,000 rentable square feet. The unit is currently constructed with wood floors, exposed ceilings and brick, 14’ slab heights, an open pantry, and two private bathrooms. Additionally, there are over-sized windows in the front and rear of the building, flooding the space with natural light. Built with a primarily open installation and a few breakout rooms, the floor is perfect for start-up companies collaborating and creating that next disruptive idea ( click here for floor plan ). Any tenant looking for great value should have this space in mind as it is a quality space, at an affordable price, in a prime location ( click here to contact us for pricing ).

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