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The New York Borough of Manhattan shares its borders with New York County and is the island at the center of the New York archipelago at the mouth of the Hudson River. Manhattan Borough is made up of Manhattan Island and several other smaller locations including “Liberty Island” which was formerly known as Bedloe's Island and is most well-known as the location of the Statue of Liberty, “Randall's Island” which is in the East River and is separated from Manhattan Island by the main channel of the Hudson River, from Queens by the Hell Gate Bridge and from the Bronx by the Bronx Kill, “Ward's Island” which is joined to Randall’s Island by landfill, “Marble Hill” which is the most northerly section of Manhattan and is separated from the main island by the Harlem River Ship Canal, “Governors Island” in Upper New York Bay and part of “Ellis Island” which is now part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument.


Manhattan Island itself is divided into different district and sub-district locations and is a borough of both commerce and culture. Manhattan is roughly divided into Uptown, Downtown and Midtown with Fifth Avenue dividing the Islands East and West sides e.g.”West” 42nd Street and “East” 27th Street. These districts are then subdivided into specifically designated areas:-

The Financial District is in a Lower Manhattan location and is considered as the financial heart of New York and indeed the entire U.S. It homes many global commerce organizations and Financial District landmarks and property inc. the Federal Hall and the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street, picturesque Trinity Church, the Woolworth Building and the South Street Seaport. There is a lot of Manhattan commercial property and Manhattan office space in the Financial District. Greenwich Village is well-known for its bohemian past and the area features a wide directory of galleries, clubs and restaurants. Greenwich Village is sub-divided into East Village and West Village and is located between West 13th Street, St. Luke's Place, University Place and Washington Street. Office space in Greenwich Village is less prevalent than other areas of Manhattan. Well known “Village” attractions inc. the former Jefferson Market Courthouse which is now Jefferson Market Library and Washington Square Park. Midtown is considered to be the heart of New York and homes famous attractions and landmarks inc Central Park, the Rockefeller Center, 5th Avenue stores such as Bloomingdales, Tiffany and Saks, the largest catholic cathedral in the U.S.: Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, the Museum of Modern Art and the Museum of Television and Radio which can both also be found on 5th Ave. and 53rd Street and landmark commercial property inc the Empire State Building, the beautifully restored Grand Central Station and the 77 story Chrysler Building. Midtown reaches roughly between 31st Street to 9th Avenue. Commercial real estate and Midtown office space is abundant with a wide directory of choices available. The Garment District is a location between 9th and 5th Avenues from 34th to 42nd Street which is renowned for its fashion design and production. Office space is available in Garment District commercial property and we are happy to help with any inquiries. Upper West Side is a commercial real estate and residential homes location that sits between Central Park and the Hudson River above West 59th Street and homes some stunning commercial property and realty inc The Lincoln Center, the Riverside South apartment complex and the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle. Upper West Side office space is available to rent or lease in a wide directory of forms. TriBeCa is an abbreviation for "Triangle Below Canal Street" and is a Manhattan location roughly between Park Place / Vesey Street and Canal Street, and Broadway and the Hudson River. Tribeca is now one of the trendiest residential neighborhoods in Manhattan and real estate prices soured during the recent realty boom. There is less office space in Tribeca than other Manhattan commercial real estate locations. Hell’s Kitchen is also known as Midtown West or Clinton and it is roughly the area between 59th Street and 34th Street from the Hudson River to 8th Avenue. It homes the New York Passenger Ship Terminal and a number of music-recording and broadcast studios inc the Sony Music Studios at 460 West 54th Street, Right Track Recording's Studio A509 orchestral recording facility at West 38th Street and 10th Avenue, the CBS Broadcast Center at 524 West 57th Street, Manhattan Center Studios at 311 West 34th Street and the Unitel Studios at 433 West 53rd Street, between Ninth and Tenth Avenues. For help finding Hell’s Kitchen office space, simply inquire. Broadway is the famous avenue that runs through the heart of Manhattan into the Bronx but it also gives its name to Manhattan’s renowned Theatre District. The Theater District is located between 54th Street and 40th Street and from west of Eighth Avenue to east of Sixth Avenue and is also the location of nearby Bryant Park. Commercial property on Broadway offering flexible office space is available in a wide directory of corporate options. Broadway itself has major intersections at Central Park West, Eighth Avenue and 59th Street known as Columbus Circle, 34th Street and Sixth Avenue known as Herald Square, Union Square, and of course Seventh Avenue and 42nd Street known as Times Square.

Little Italy is a district of Lower Manhattan that got its name from its historically high Italian population. Originally, Little Italy extended as far north as Bleecker, as far south as Bayard Street as far east as the Bowery as far west as Lafayette although southern areas have now become part of Chinatown and some northern areas have become known as “NoLIta” or “North of Little Italy”. Office space in Little Italy commercial real estate is less prevalent than in other Manhattan locations. Battery Park City district is located to the west of West Street and overlooks the Hudson River although Battery Park itself is located in the Finance District at the southwestern tip of Manhattan Island. The Battery Park City District homes the World Financial Center which is a complex of corporate and commercial property and offices which itself homes numerous major corporate organizations inc. Dow Jones and its Wall Street Journal division, American Express and Merrill Lynch. Commercial real estate in Battery Park City offering office space is very prestigious and available in a wide directory of different executive choices. Crystal District was launched in 2002 and is an area of retail stores and boutiques specializing in crystal decorative jewelry objects. The Crystal District is in a location between 63rd Street and 58th Street on Madison Avenue. There is less Crystal District office space than other Manhattan commercial property district locations Chelsea / North Chelsea is located on the West Side of Manhattan Island and is well known for its thriving art scene. Chelsea is roughly bounded by 15th Streets and 39th between 5th Avenue and the Hudson River and Chelsea landmarks inc the Chelsea Piers, the Chelsea Hotel and the Hudson River Park. Chinatown is located in Lower Manhattan to the north of the Financial District and its borders are Broadway to the West, Madison Street and Worth Street to the South, Rutgers and Essex Street to the East, Broome Street, Grand Street and Canal to the North. The Meatpacking District is officially known as Gansevoort Market but also gets referred to as MePa. The district runs roughly from West 14th Street in the north to Gansevoort Street in the south and from the Hudson River to Hudson Street though this up and coming, trendy area is now extending its borders beyond both West 14th and Hudson. Meat Packing District high end boutiques and stores are more prevalent than Meat Packing District office space although numerous options are available. Lower Eastside Manhattan is, as the name suggests, in a south eastern location bounded by Allen Street, Essex Street, East Houston, Eldridge Street, Canal Street, East Broadway and Grand Street. Lower East Side is one of the oldest districts of Manhattan and is now a vibrant, culturally diverse district with many varied Lower Eastside office space options available. SoHo / South of Houston Street is bounded roughly by Lafayette Street to the east, 6th Avenue (Avenue of the Americas) to the west of Soho, Houston Street to the north and Canal Street to the south. Flatiron District is the neighborhood which is centered on the famous Flatiron Building which sits at the intersections of 5th Avenue (Fifth Avenue), Broadway and 23rd Street. The Flatiron District is considered to have as its boundaries: Chelsea and Sixth Avenue on the west, the district of Gramercy, Gramercy Park, Irving Place and Lexington Avenue to the east, Midtown South and 28th Street on the north and Greenwich Village, Union Square and 14th Street on the south. For more information about office space in the Flatiron District, simply complete our online commercial property inquiry form. Gramercy is a peaceful location south of 23rd Street, west of First Avenue, north of 14th Street and east of Park Avenue although recently some commercial realty and real estate agents have extended its northern boundary into the less prestigious Murray Hill area of Midtown at roughly 30th Street. Murray Hill is within Madison Avenue, East 40th Street, East 34th Street and Third Avenue and the location homes the landmark former B. Altman Building.


Manhattan is a global leader in green, energy-efficient office / commercial real estate inc Hearst Tower, the Conde Naste Building and the rebuilt 7 World Trade Center. Manhattan has some of the most iconic commercial property in the world inc.The Empire State Building which held the record of the world's tallest property for 42 years and has had over 110 million visitors since its completion. Manhattan also features numerous famous art-deco styled property inc the Chrysler Building which is located at 405 Lexington Avenue and the GE Building at 30 Rockefeller Plaza.

Following the introduction of the “International” style of architecture, the Manhattan skyline grew to feature commercial property inc the Seagram Building on Park Ave at 53rd Street, the MetLife Building, which was formerly known as the Pan Am Building and the twin towers of the World Trade Center until their destruction in the September 11 attacks. Other noteworthy skyscrapers inc the 59 story Citigroup Center located at 53rd Street and Lexington Avenue, the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle in the Upper West Side and the Madison Square Garden and office building complex.


Manhattan has the largest CBD (Central Business District) in the U.S. and is a global center for general and financial commerce. Manhattan homes the headquarters (hq) of the United Nations and is the location of both the NASDAQ and the New York Stock Exchange and it also homes the largest concentration of corporate headquarters in the entire nation.

Any commercial organization considering headquarters, office space or commercial property in Manhattan has a vast directory of different office space options to choose from. Commercial realty options inc outright property sale, the long terms of traditional leasing contracts, sublet and sub-lease real estate and Manhattan office space and the highly flexible rent and lease terms of the many different executive suites and serviced offices available in Manhattan commercial real estate locations.

Manhattan executive suites range from large, open-plan office spaces ideal for a corporate hq / headquarters down to single workstation offices or cubicle space. Manhattan executive suites are generally in corporate Business Center locations and are available to rent or lease on very flexible monthly terms with a wide directory of additional corporate services. Services available in Manhattan business centers inc. receptionist services managed from professional reception areas, administrative and secretary services, full office furniture inc. executive chairs and desks, ad hoc meeting rooms or meeting suites, broadband internet and phone systems run via modern cat 5 cabling and naturally excellent security services inc. cctv and security guards or security keys.


Corporate organizations in Manhattan also benefit from a whole spectrum of different transport options inc rail and subway services inc the world’s largest subway, the New York Subway Service, and the PATH (Port Authority Trans-Hudson) service and world famous stations inc Grand Central Station on 42nd Street and Park Avenue in Midtown, Union Station and Penn Station at Eighth Avenue and Seventh Avenue and between 31st Street & 33rd Street. Manhattan also offers excellent air transport services from its 3 commuter airports: Newark Liberty International, John F. Kennedy International (commonly referred to as JFK) and LaGuardia Airport. Bus services run throughout the Manhattan area and are served by the busiest bus station in the U.S., the Port Authority Bus Terminal near Times Square.

Car travel, whilst not the most popular transport choice in Manhattan, benefits from an extensive road system inc. FDR Drive and Harlem River Drive and tunnel connections inc the Lincoln Tunnel, the Holland Tunnel, the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel and the Queens Midtown Tunnel. The road system also benefits from the many bridges that connect Manhattan to the other Boroughs of New York inc. the George Washington Bridge in the north, Third Avenue Bridge and Willis Avenue Bridge which connect to the Bronx, the Triborough Bridge which leads into the Grand Central Parkway, Queensborough Bridge which is also known as the 59th Street Bridge and the three bridges which connect Manhattan to Brooklyn: Williamsburgh Bridge, Manhattan Bridge and the landmark Brooklyn Bridge. Manhattan also offers numerous ferry services inc the Staten Island Ferry, which runs between Staten Island and Lower Manhattan, the BillyBey Ferry Company and the NY Waterway who operate several routes from Manhattan to New Jersey.

For more information about Manhattan office space / Manhattan commercial property, simply complete our online inquiry form to contact one of our Manhattan office real estate specialists