Class A furnished office space for Sublease 2500-5500 sf, Low.. Low… Price
Immediate possession. Recently built, furnished and wired sublease one block south of Grand Central Station. High-end build out offering 6 glass-fronted offices, 2 glass-fronted conference rooms, kitchen, and open bullpen with 25 desks. High ceilings. Double corner offering great views, natural light. Financially stable Tenant. Building amenities include conference center, café, lounges, game room, and wellness room. Grand Central Station Office space
Through a $72 million redevelopment completed in 2008 by renowned contemporary architects Moed de Armas and Shannon (MdeAS), 100 Park Avenue
is both classic corporate convenience a block from Grand Central Terminal, and all-new ultra-modern LEED Gold-certified office headquarters space. The building now boasts a new stunning metal and glass façade, a soaring two-story-high atrium lobby, new elevator cabs, as well as significant infrastructure upgrades such as the new cooling plant, increased electric capacity, and a state-of-the-art security system.
It is also one of the first buildings in SL Green’s New York portfolio to install green roofs. Along with this, recycling and energy reduction initiatives have been instated, providing a significant reduction in the building’s carbon footprint. The property was awarded “International Building of the Year” by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA). Built in 1949, 100 Park Avenue was one of the first of a handful of new office towers to rise on Park Avenue south of Grand Central Terminal during the postwar period.
MdeAS’ new design incorporates a glass curtain wall on Park Avenue and aluminum composite metal paneling, creating a bold, bright presence on the street while showing off the structure’s handsome original proportions and setbacks and insuring dramatic views. The building remained fully occupied during the renovation process and is one of the most desirable locations in Midtown; in addition to the benefits of a location a block south of Grand Central’s transport hub, the New York Public Library and Bryant Park are a block to the west.
Transportation in Grand Central Station
In this region, Grand Central Terminal is a primary transportation hub. It serves Metro-North trains and the East Side 4, 5, and 6 local and express subway lines. Grand Central acts as a central core for transit in Midtown Manhattan, offering rail, subway, bus, taxi, and airport service all within steps of the Main Concourse. Grand Central Terminal main entrance is 89 E. 42nd Street (at Park Avenue), New York, NY 10017. It is accessible via the 4, 5, 6, 7, and S subway lines, the M101, M102, M103, M1, M2, M3, M4, Q32, and M42 buses and the Hudson, Harlem, and New Haven lines on Metro-North.