Tech Office Space Redevelopment at 44 Union Square East

November 2, 2017

Scott Ansel

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Up to 70,000 Square Feet Available at Iconic Midtown South Location

Reading International is planning one of the most unique redevelopments of a landmark in the history New York City real estate. Tammany Hall, most commonly known for its historical role in New York’s political corruption, is now being re-purposed as a hub for creative retail and office users. Located at the southeast corner of 17th Street and Union Square East, this asset will be ready for tenant build-outs by the summer of 2018. The lower level through 4th floors are being whiteboxed while a large glass dome gets built on top of the 4th floor maximizing the ceilings heights and sunlight that can enter. The 5th and 6th floors will be brand new measuring 8,575 and 4,444 square feet respectively with the ability to enjoy nearly 20′ ceilings. There is nearly 70,000 square feet of available space that can be leased to a single tenant. Ownership is open to leasing them individually as well.

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