New to Market: Furnished Sublease in Noho – 8,000 RSF

May 4, 2018

Creative Office Space Sublease

As companies experience unforeseen growth, occasionally they are forced to sublease the remaining term of their current lease to pursue larger space that can accommodate the new additions to their work force. We call these high-class problems. These short-term sublease opportunities have become the preferred option for tech, creative, advertising and media companies. Away, luggage and travel disruptor, has just put a brand new plug and play furnished sublease in Noho hit the market.

This full floor opportunity at 419 Lafayette Street measures 8,000 rentable square feet and is located on the 6th floor. Away’s fully furnished space is beautifully built with wood floors, exposed ceilings and 25 large windows that allow for ample access to natural light. The layout is primarily open with three glass fronted offices/meeting rooms, one large all-glass conference room, and three private bathrooms. With features like original fire-proved columns and exposed brick found in a well-appointed pantry, this space will not remain on the market for long. The asking rent  is $68.00 per rentable square foot with a term through December 2022. This workspace is available for possession September of 2018.

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