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One of the very first unicorns of the tech world (click here for the full unicorn list), Groupon, just put an awesome sublease on the market at 620 Eighth Avenue, also known as the New York Times Building. Completed in 2007, this gleaming office tower is practically brand new by New York City standards and boasts all of the modern day amenities that mature tenants are looking for, such as extra-high ceilings, abundant electrical and connectivity capacity, floor-to-ceiling windows and highly efficient and virtually column-free floorplates.
Measuring 31,534 rentable square feet, British Telecom recently built the space (and then subleased it to Ideeli, who then sub-subleased it to Groupon) with primarily open area and a combination of interior conference rooms and phone booths (click here for the floorplan). The large café style pantry is perfect for creative brainstorming sessions and the light and views from this 45th floor workplace are unparalleled. Located between 40th and 41st Streets, it is easily accessible from just about anywhere in NYC or even the outer-boroughs and suburbs. The space can be made available immediately, comes fully furnished and the term is through December 30, 2023.
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