Office Space for Rent in New York City

New York City Office Space

Bright lights, skyscrapers, famous restaurants, amazing attractions, crowded subways, hurried executives, international banks, corporate headquarters - welcome to New York, the City that Never Sleeps.

New York City is home to high rise office buildings and prestigious business centers, with Manhattan laying claim to the highest concentration of corporate headquarters in the US.

If you're looking for office space in NYC we can save you both time and money. Whether you're looking for Class A buildings on Wall Street, studio space in Chelsea or something cozy in Brooklyn Heights we have the perfect space.

Follow the links below to quickly browse through our selection of offices and buildings or give us a call and we'll do the leg-work for you. Call 1-877-579-0969 to speak to a NY Offices consultant and get full details of office space currently available in NYC.




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Popular New York City Offices

New York City Office Space

With a total Gross State Product of over $1.4 trillion, New York State is the nation's third largest and most prosperous state. There are more than 500,000 private sector businesses operating across the state, mainly engaged in financial, banking and insurance activities, information, leisure and hospitality, and manufacturing. The state is divided into 10 labor market regions, the most prosperous of which include the capital region, the Hudson Valley region, New York City, and Long Island. In upstate communities (especially those located along North Country region and Mohawk Valley region), business opportunities are mainly available in sectors like agriculture, arts, recreation, construction, and government.

According to the Department of Labor, future industry projections will be marked by the growth of sectors like arts, entertainment, and recreation, professional and business services (in particular waste management and remediation services), accommodation and food services, and ambulatory healthcare services.