95 Morton Street Office Spaces For Lease

Direct Office Spaces for Rent

$ / SF SF Monthly Rent
$ / SF SF Monthly Rent
$ / SF SF Monthly Rent
$ 80 25,200 $ 168,000
$/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
Greenwich St & Between Clarkson Street $ 90 2,800 $ 21,000
Greenwich St & Between Clarkson Street $ 90 2,800 $ 21,000
Greenwich St & Between Clarkson Street $ 90 2,800 $ 21,000
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Morton St & Washington Street $ 80 25,200 $ 168,000
Hudson St & Morton Street $ 68 5,600 $ 31,733
Morton St & Washington Street $ 80 25,200 $ 168,000
Hudson St & Morton Street $ 68 5,600 $ 31,733
Morton St & Washington Street $ 80 25,200 $ 168,000
Hudson St & Morton Street $ 68 5,600 $ 31,733

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Lease Office 95 Morton Street

95 Morton Street is a 8 story office building located in the Hudson Square neighbourhood of Manhattan. Further information on rent, lease office 95 Morton Street includes the following. 95 Morton Street does not currently have coworking options available. Despite coworking 95 Morton Street not existing, nearby coworking options do exist. The Zip Code for 95 Morton Street is 10014. 95 Morton Street contains 216,512 square feet of office space for rent. The office space is rated Class B. Construction of 95 Morton Street finished in 1911. The tenants for 95 Morton Street include PayPal, which signed a lease for 95000 square feetSmall, medium and large options for rent office 95 Morton Street are available. In addition to nearby office building lease options, sublease 95 Morton Street options may be provided as well. In 2019, the average office rent at 95 Morton Street was $ 67.13 per square foot.

Transit options near 95 Morton Street include the Hoboken-33rd Street, Journal Square-33rd Street train lines which can be accessed at the Christopher St Subway Station with 4 min of walking. 1, 2 train lines which can be accessed at the Houston Street Subway Station with 8 min of walking. 1, 2 train lines which can be accessed at the Christopher Street-Sheridan Square Subway Station with 8 min of walking. A, B, C, D, E, F, M train lines which can be accessed at the West 4 Street-Washington Square Subway Station with 10 min of walking. PATH Transit Stop train lines which can be accessed at the 9 St Subway Station with 12 min of walking.
Office Tenants Rented / Leased 95 Morton Street
  • PayPal leased 95,000 SF
  • Integral Ad Science Inc. leased 25,123 SF
  • VSA Partners leased 25,000 SF
  • Washington Post Company leased 23,500 SF

95 Morton Street Property Overview

Bulding Address: 95 Morton St
Building Alternate address(es): 95 Morton St
Zip Code:10014
Neighborhood:Hudson Square
Borough:Manhattan
Stories:8
Year Built:1911
Building Class:B
Block & lot:00603-0028

Public Transportation

Time and Distance from 95 Morton Street New York, NY 10014
Transit / Subway Distance Walk
Christopher St Transit Stop (Hoboken-33rd Street, Journal Square-33rd Street) 0.2 mi 4 min
Houston Street Transit Stop (1, 2) 0.4 mi 8 min
Christopher Street-Sheridan Square Transit Stop (1, 2) 0.4 mi 8 min
West 4 Street-Washington Square Transit Stop (A, B, C, D, E, F, M) 0.5 mi 10 min
9 St (PATH) Transit Stop (Hoboken-33rd Street, Journal Square-33rd Street) 0.6 mi 12 min

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Office Rent 95 Morton Street Average

Year $ / SF
2019 67.13
Year $ / SF
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