29 First Avenue Office Spaces For Lease

Direct Office Spaces for Rent

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Nearby Office Spaces for Rent

Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Rivington St & Between Orchard Street $ 40 2,000 $ 6,666
Rivington St & Between Orchard Street $ 40 2,000 $ 6,666
Rivington St & Between Orchard Street $ 40 2,000 $ 6,666
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Cooper Sq & Between East 4th Street $ 45 3,200 $ 12,000
Delancey St & Ludlow Street $ 78 4,800 $ 31,200
Broadway & West 3rd Street $ 60 3,300 $ 16,500
Cooper Sq & Between East 4th Street $ 45 3,200 $ 12,000
Delancey St & Ludlow Street $ 78 4,800 $ 31,200
Broadway & West 3rd Street $ 60 3,300 $ 16,500
Cooper Sq & Between East 4th Street $ 45 3,200 $ 12,000
Delancey St & Ludlow Street $ 78 4,800 $ 31,200
Broadway & West 3rd Street $ 60 3,300 $ 16,500
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Cooper Sq & East 4th street $ 48 6,500 $ 26,000
Bleecker St & Lafayette Street $ 71 9,300 $ 55,025
Cooper Sq & East 4th street $ 48 6,500 $ 26,000
Bleecker St & Lafayette Street $ 71 9,300 $ 55,025
Cooper Sq & East 4th street $ 48 6,500 $ 26,000
Bleecker St & Lafayette Street $ 71 9,300 $ 55,025

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Lease Office 29 First Avenue

29 First Avenue is a 0-story office space building located in bowery. The total square feet is 19,840 and built in 1910. There are a variety of small medium and large offices available at 29 First Avenue for rent or lease.

29 First Avenue Property Overview

Bulding Address: 29 First Avenue
Building Alternate address(es): 29 First Ave
Zip Code:10003
Neighborhood:Bowery
Borough:Manhattan
Stories:0
Year Built:1910
Building Class:None

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