36-44 Delancey Street Office Spaces For Rent

Direct Office Spaces for Rent

$ / SF SF Monthly Rent
$ 89 2,000 $ 14,833
$ / SF SF Monthly Rent
$ / SF SF Monthly Rent
$ 89 16,000 $ 118,666
$/Person
1-3 $1,500
4-8 $1,350
9-50+ $1,100
Medium – Good Buildings
21-50 People $/Person
10-20 People $1,300
21-50 People $1,150
51-100 People $ 950
Medium – Good Buildings

Nearby Office Spaces for Rent

Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Kenmare St & Between Kenmare Street $ 75 2,000 $ 12,500
Grand St & Allen Street $ 59 1,600 $ 7,866
Orchard St & Between Hester Street $ 90 2,100 $ 15,750
Kenmare St & Between Kenmare Street $ 75 2,000 $ 12,500
Grand St & Allen Street $ 59 1,600 $ 7,866
Orchard St & Between Hester Street $ 90 2,100 $ 15,750
Kenmare St & Between Kenmare Street $ 75 2,000 $ 12,500
Grand St & Allen Street $ 59 1,600 $ 7,866
Orchard St & Between Hester Street $ 90 2,100 $ 15,750
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Grand St & Forsyth Street $ 65 3,000 $ 16,250
Delancey St & Ludlow Street $ 78 4,800 $ 31,200
Grand St & Forsyth Street $ 65 3,000 $ 16,250
Delancey St & Ludlow Street $ 78 4,800 $ 31,200
Grand St & Forsyth Street $ 65 3,000 $ 16,250
Delancey St & Ludlow Street $ 78 4,800 $ 31,200
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Mott St & Between Kenmare Street $ 125 5,700 $ 59,375
Mott St & Between Kenmare Street $ 125 5,700 $ 59,375
Mott St & Between Kenmare Street $ 125 5,700 $ 59,375

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Rent Office 36-44 Delancey Street

36-44 Delancey Street is a 3 story office building located in the Soho neighbourhood of Manhattan. Further information on rent, lease office 36-44 Delancey Street includes the following. 36-44 Delancey Street does not currently have coworking options available. Despite coworking 36-44 Delancey Street not existing, nearby coworking options do exist. The Zip Code for 36-44 Delancey Street is 10002. 36-44 Delancey Street contains 60,000 square feet of office space for rent. The office space is rated Class B. Construction of 36-44 Delancey Street finished in 2005. Small, medium and large options for rent office 36-44 Delancey Street are available. In addition to nearby office building lease options, sublease 36-44 Delancey Street options may be provided as well. In 2018, the average office rent at 36-44 Delancey Street was $ 66.5 per square foot.

Transit options near 36-44 Delancey Street include the J, M, Z train lines which can be accessed at the Bowery Subway Station with 3 min of walking. B, D train lines which can be accessed at the Grand Street Subway Station with 4 min of walking. F train lines which can be accessed at the Delancey Street Subway Station with 6 min of walking. J, M, Z train lines which can be accessed at the Essex Street Subway Station with 6 min of walking. F train lines which can be accessed at the Lower East Side-2 Avenue Subway Station with 6 min of walking.

36-44 Delancey Street Property Overview

Bulding Address: 36-44 Delancey St
Building Alternate address(es): 36-44 Delancey St
Zip Code:10002
Neighborhood:Soho
Borough:Manhattan
Stories:3
Year Built:2005
Building Class:B
Block & lot:00420-7501

Public Transportation

Time and Distance from 36-44 Delancey Street New York, NY 10002
Transit / Subway Distance Walk
Bowery Transit Stop (J, M, Z) 0.1 mi 3 min
Grand Street (B,D Line) Transit Stop 0.2 mi 4 min
Delancey Street Transit Stop (F) 0.3 mi 6 min
Essex Street Transit Stop (J, M, Z) 0.3 mi 6 min
Lower East Side-2 Avenue Transit Stop (F) 0.3 mi 6 min

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Office Rent 36-44 Delancey Street Average

Year $ / SF
2018 66.5
Year $ / SF
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