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Nearly 8,000 businesses are established here, and due to the neighborhood's artistically inclined character, East Village is an ideal location for businesses in the creative industries, and especially for those involved in museums and galleries, music, performing and visual arts.

However, East Village also offers access to local talent and growth opportunities to companies in other industry sectors, as the area is close to New York University and to the institution's prestigious Stern School of Business.

Click the links below to view some of the currently available East Village office space for rent or give us a call on 1-877-579-0969 and we'll find the perfect workspace for you.

1 Office Space Listing in East Village, NYC


30 Cooper Square

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Spacious open floors with furnishing for 60-70 people. Large front windows let in plenty of light and overlook the beautiful Cooper Union building. Full kitchen and front desk for office manager. Large community meeting area and window-lit conference room with space for at least 15-20. Smaller conference room is videoconferencing equipped. There is a... Read More >>


Spacious open floors with furnishing for 60-70 people. Large front windows let in plenty of light and overlook the beautiful Cooper Union building... Read More >>


Office Space in Manhattan's East Village

When looking to set up a business here, most companies will want to look for office space in the eastern and western ends of the neighborhood, where the majority of office buildings are clustered, bearing in mind that the priciest units tend to be on the western side of this area. Also, keep in mind that most of the local office stock consists of small offices of up to 4,000 square feet and in early 20th century buildings.

Why You Should Choose the East Village

Located in the far eastern side of New York's Lower East Side, East Village emerged as a neighborhood of its own in the 1960s, when it drew in young people involved in the arts scene. As time goes by, neighborhoods change and develop new traits, and East Village is not an exception.

The area has followed a pattern similar to other artsy Manhattan neighborhoods, attracting wealthy residents, bringing new and more diversified businesses, and eventually implementing extensive rezoning and redevelopment. That being said, East Village has kept its quintessential character thanks to the strong support and initiatives from local residents.

The area borders Lower Manhattan and Greenwich Village and faces the East River. The 9-mile long FDR Drive offers access to the entire perimeter of Manhattan, and the neighborhood is also served by F, M, and L trains. East Village also offers easy access to JFK and La Guardia airports, which are only a 30-minute drive away.

Future prospects for the local business community are bright. Approval has been granted for the construction of a new tech hub near East 14th Street, similar to those that already exist a few blocks north in Silicon Alley. This could attract up to 800 new tech employees and give a significant boost to the local business community in East Village.

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Future prospects for the local business community are bright. Approval has been granted for the construction of a new tech hub near East 14th Street, similar to those that already exist a few blocks north in Silicon Alley. This could attract up to 800 new tech employees and give a significant boost to the local business community in East Village.