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Shared Office Space | Midtown  Being a Real Estate agent, I am often posed with the question of why anyone would rent a temporary / shared office space environment instead of signing a direct lease with a landlord.   Many reasons exist for this.  I would like to share my knowledge with those tha...
12/14/2011
Office Space - East Village, NYC The East Village, bordered by Stuyvesant Town, Greenwich Village, Gramercy and Lower East Side, is perhaps the one neighborhood in Manhattan with the most diverse community – Asian, Caucasian, Hispanic and African-American are almost of equal proportions in this ...
12/13/2011
Office Space - Soho, NYC SoHo (SOuth of HOuston Street) is another one of the many amazing, intriguing neighborhoods of Manhattan. Here, South Houston houses the largest collection of cast-iron buildings – SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District houses ~500 buildings, all characterized by their unique ...
12/13/2011
Office Space - Times Square, NYC One word describes Times Square to any tourist, and even locals: Wow. Here, mega-billboards decorate the otherwise dull skyscrapers as commercial enterprises meet the major theaters from Broadway. This conglomeration of brightly-lit billboards is no coincidence –...
12/13/2011
Office Space - Union Square, NYC Union Square, one of the most recognizable public spaces in New York, joins Park Avenue South and Broadway to Fourth Avenue. Here, tourists, residents and office workers alike come together in a mishmash of culture and ethnicity, reflecting the cosmopolitan natur...
12/13/2011
Office Space - Flatiron District, NYC The Flatiron District, named after the iconic Flatiron Building, is a beautiful neighborhood characterized by exquisite cast-iron architecture and its myriad of novelty stores. The district was actually given its name by real estate agents – initially, the n...
12/13/2011
Office Space - Rockefeller Center, NYC Rockefeller Center, the “city within a city”, truly represents America’s tenacity and perseverance. Privately funded by Dr. Rockefeller Jr. in the 1930s, the R.C., then known as the Radio City, was built amidst the Great Depression that brought the world’s ...
12/13/2011
Office Space - Greenwich Village, NYC Greenwich Village, located in the western regions of Lower Manhattan, is often revered as the “bohemian capital” of New York in the 19th to 20th century. Indeed, as the birthplace of the Beat movement and host to the homes of various world-famous stars such ...
12/13/2011
Office Space - Hell's Kitchen, NYC Located between the 34th Street and 59th Street, Hell’s Kitchen’s reputation as one of the “rougher” neighborhoods in Manhattan has since been dispelled as its prosperity and wealth accumulates with Midtown Manhattan’s rise. It was originally the core of the Ir...
12/12/2011
Office Space - Penn Plaza, NYC   Pennsylvania Plaza, found between 31sts and 34th Street and Seventh and Eighth Avenue in Manhattan, is one of the famous landmarks of Manhattan. Consisting of One Pennsylvania Plaza, Two Pennsylvania Plaza, Madison Square Garden and the underground Pennsylvania s...
12/12/2011
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