Recently Hit the Market: Short-Term SoHo Penthouse at 77 Bowery

December 8, 2017

High-End Creative Build-Out Midtown South

When searching for office space in the highly coveted SoHo submarket, it can be difficult to find newly built, furnished space on a short-term basis. Due to the limited supply and high demand for these workspaces, landlords in SoHo often deliver space in raw or whiteboxed condition with little to no concessions. However, a brand new needle-in-the-haystack space just hit the market this week. Located at 77 Bowery, this penthouse floor is newly built with high-end finishes, furnished and has a flexible term.

The entire 8th-floor penthouse measures 3,909 square feet. It was built with two offices, two large conference rooms, two smaller break-out rooms, two soundproof phone booths, two private bathrooms and two open areas that currently seat 8 people each (click here to see the floor plan). It also features a large open-style pantry equipped with a beer kegerator. The penthouse floor has 24/7 access and large windows allowing for a great deal of natural light. With an asking rent in the low $60’s per square foot, this unit has tremendous value and is perfect for a growing tech, advertising, media, or creative firm.

For more information about the space please click here. Also, feel free to try our free office space search here.

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