400 Lafayette Street

Sublease Office Spaces for Rent

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Nearby Coworking Office Spaces for Rent

Type of Space Class A Class B Class C
Windowed office/person $ 2,500/mo $ 1,500/mo $ 1,000/mo
Interior office/person $ 1,500/mo $ 1,000/mo $ 700/mo

Nearby Office Spaces for Rent

Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Lafayette St & Between East 4th Street $ 69 2,900 $ 16,675
E 4th St & Broadway $ 52 1,200 $ 5,200
Lafayette St & Great Jones Street $ 41 2,300 $ 7,834
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Broadway & Great Jones $ 41 4,200 $ 14,175
Broadway & Astor Place $ 69 3,200 $ 18,400
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Lafayette St & East 8th Street $ 89 10,600 $ 78,616
Lafayette St & East 4th Street $ 56 8,000 $ 37,333
W 4th St & Between Broadway $ 47 5,900 $ 22,985
Cooper Sq & East 4th street $ 49 6,700 $ 27,079

400 Lafayette Street Retail Spaces for Rent

Retail Spaces for Rent

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Negotiable 1,300 Negotiable
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400 Lafayette Street

400 Lafayette Street, situated in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan, is a historic office building that provides 118,000 square feet of Class B office space for rent. Built in 1885, it offers a variety of options for those in need of office space, ranging from small to large spaces. Notably, Limited Brands is among the many tenants occupying 125,000 square feet of the building.

At the moment, there are no coworking options available at 400 Lafayette Street. However, our company takes pride in securing the most advantageous deals for our clients and is willing to negotiate on your behalf at no additional cost.

The building's zip code is 10003, and there are several nearby transportation options. The Astor Place Subway Station is just a three-minute walk away, providing easy access to the 4 and 6 train lines. Furthermore, the Bleecker Street Subway Station, a mere four-minute stroll from the building, offers access to the same train lines. The 8 Street-New York University Subway Station is conveniently located within a five-minute walk and grants access to the N and R train lines. If you prefer to utilize the B, D, F, or M train lines, they can easily be accessed at the Broadway-Lafayette Street Subway Station, which is just a five-minute walk away. Lastly, the Prince Street Subway Station is an eight-minute walk and provides access to the N and R train lines.

400 Lafayette Street Property Overview

Bulding Address: 400 Lafayette St
Building Alternate address(es): 400 Lafayette St
Zip Code:10003
Neighborhood:Greenwich Village
Borough:Manhattan
Stories:5
Year Built:1885
Building Class:B
Block & lot:00545-0053

Public Transportation

Time and Distance from 400 Lafayette Street New York, NY 10003
Transit / Subway Distance Walk
Astor Place Transit Stop (4, 6) 0.2 mi 3 min
Bleecker Street Transit Stop (4, 6) 0.2 mi 4 min
8 Street-New York University Transit Stop (N, R) 0.3 mi 5 min
Broadway-Lafayette Street Transit Stop (B, D, F, M) 0.3 mi 5 min
Prince Street Transit Stop (N, R) 0.4 mi 8 min

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Office Tenants Rented / Leased 400 Lafayette Street
  • Limited Brands leased 125,000 SF
  • Publicis leased 22,827 SF
  • Yotpo LTD leased 27,269 SF
  • Pebble Post leased 13,581 SF
  • TVTY leased 2,250 SF
  • Summers & Oppenheim leased 1,500 SF

Retail Tenants Rented / Leased 400 Lafayette Street
  • La Colombe Torrefaction leased 1,500 SF
Nearby Office Tenants Leased
  • HQ Global Workplaces leased 16,000 SF at 411 Lafayette St
  • Great Jones Distillers leased 15,550 SF at 686 Broadway
  • Triumph Construction Corp. leased 1,750 SF at 415 Lafayette St

Nearby Retail Tenants Leased
  • Time Warner Cable leased 5,700 SF at 700 Broadway
  • Colors leased 4,000 SF at 417 Lafayette St
  • Dienst + Dotter leased 3,500 SF at 411 Lafayette St
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