Furnished, Plug & Play Workspace in New York City – 620 Eighth Avenue
Back in 2015, Bounce Exchange, a full-service provider of behavioral marketing technologies, traded its 5,543 square foot offices at 304 Hudson Street for a much bigger workspace at 620 Eighth Avenue, also known as the New York Times Building. The building is relatively new by Manhattan standards and is owned by Forest City Realty Trust. Anchored by The New York Times, other notable tenants in the building include law firms Goodwin Procter, Covington & Burling, and financial services firm ClearBridge Investments. As Bounce Exchange’s needs have continued to evolve, they recently put their entire 21st floor on the market for sublease and it is without a doubt one of the best creative office space sublease opportunities on the market in Midtown Manhattan.
Recently constructed to a very high standard, it is obvious that Bounce cares tremendously about collaboration and open space. As a result, this 31,602 square foot office space is tailored perfectly to accommodate any creative, technology, media, or advertising company that is seeking a high-density layout. Currently configured with bench-style seating along the exterior of the floor, a few breakout rooms/conference rooms on the interior, collaborative meeting areas, and oversized kitchen and pantry areas that encourage teamwork everywhere (click here to see the floor plan). All of Bounce’s furniture can be made available, which is extremely advantageous for any tenant trying to minimize upfront costs. Available for possession immediately, the sublease term is flexible although Bounce’s sublease term extends through March of 2030. Located right next to Port Authority, a stone’s throw away from Penn Station, and a short walk over to Grand Central, this is one of the most convenient areas in the city for accessing mass transit.
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