It's not easy to find well located and efficient full floors in Manhattan in today's market, especially in high-profile neighborhoods like Columbus Circle, Herald Square, Times Square South and Grand Central. That's why we're so pleased to announce that there are now, for the first time in many years, several such opportunities within the W&H portfolio.
Please note that these are only a few of the many outstanding leasing opportunities at W&H buildings. A more detailed availabilities list appears here. Remember, no appointment is ever needed to view space at a W&H building, and if your space showing leads to a lease agreement, you'll receive 100 percent of your commission upon signing.
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Are you seeking creative inspiration, a unique space and a cutting-edge environment? The 20,328-square-foot penthouse duplex at 250 West 57th Street is sure to address all of your needs. What could be more dramatic than panoramic views (including one of Central Park from the optional roof deck) - not to mention beautiful skylights on an upper floor that offers very high ceilings up to 22 feet, a working fireplace, and an exclusive interior staircase? Or more convenient? 250 West 57th Street is right in the center of the vibrant Columbus Circle district, close to Time Warner Center and Carnegie Hall, and offers direct underground access to five subway lines. For more information, please call George Fabian at 212-246-2247, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Solid fashion/apparel showroom buildings are becoming increasingly rare in the Herald Square and Times Square South districts. Those that remain are often side street buildings that lack modern amenities. 1400 Broadway is an exception to this rule. Already home to such prominent fashion tenants as Jordache, Jump Apparel, C-LIFE Group Ltd., and the Excelled Sheepskin & Leather Coat Corporation, the property is now undergoing an $81 million, comprehensive improvements program. The program includes new windows, a renovated lobby, air-conditioned public corridors, new bathrooms, pre-built showrooms, and upgraded building-wide systems, all of which will make the property even more attractive to top-tier fashion firms. And the good news for interested fashion companies is there are several full floors available in the tower of the building, including two sets of contiguous floors, along with several pre-built spaces that will be soon available for occupancy. For more information, please contact Michael Frantz at 212-372-2203, email@example.com.
How many Manhattan properties can boast a high-end restaurant, a golf store and a law library on their ground floor, as well as direct underground access to Grand Central Terminal, and the Lexington Avenue and Times Square Shuttle subways? We know of only one - The Lincoln Building at 60 East 42nd Street. If you're looking for full floor identity, then our entire 3rd floor of 47,598 square feet may be the perfect fit. If your firm doesn't need quite as much space but still wants a full floor, and if your employees would appreciate a space with plenty of natural light and beautiful river and city views to the north, south and west, then you ought to consider one of our five tower floors. The 44th floor is available now, and four others will soon be available (27, 32, 49 and 52, which range from 11,845 square feet to 17,144 square feet). For more information, please call John Sinon at 212-697-0696, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you want to make your employees happy, put them in one of the most convenient locations in the city: 1333 Broadway, ideally situated just two blocks from Penn Station, directly across the street from Macy's flagship location, and within one of the top shopping districts in Manhattan. With three full floors of 29,000 square feet available as partial, stand-alone, or combined blocks, the building can offer a wide selection of space options. Each floor has approximately 84 brand-new windows, creating a high window-to-office ratio. Tenants will also appreciate the $71 million top-to-bottom upgrade of the property, soon to be underway, which includes new windows, a complete upgrade of building-wide systems, the addition of two new elevators, the full modification of the existing three elevators, new bathrooms and fully air-conditioned public corridors. And a free bonus... the best seats in the city for the Thanksgiving Day Parade! For more information, please call Matthew Leon at 212-372-2041, email@example.com.