Nearby Spaces to 660 First Avenue

The following office spaces are available office for lease
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Park Ave & East 34th Street $90 2,000 $ 15,000
Park Ave S & East 31st Street Negotiable 2,000 Negotiable
Madison Ave & East 32nd Street $45 2,000 $ 7,500
Madison Ave & East 40th Street Negotiable 2,000 Negotiable
Madison Ave & East 34th Street Negotiable 2,100 Negotiable
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
E 33Rd St & Fifth Avenue Negotiable 3,000 Negotiable
Park Ave & East 34th Street Negotiable 3,000 Negotiable
Madison Ave & East 40th Street Negotiable 3,100 Negotiable
E 40Th St & Park Avenue $65 3,100 $ 16,791
Fifth Ave & East 36th Street $57 3,100 $ 14,725
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Park Ave & East 32nd Street Negotiable 5,000 Negotiable
E 38Th St & Fifth Avenue $55 5,000 $ 22,916
Park Ave & East 39th Street Negotiable 5,100 Negotiable
Madison Ave & East 34th Street Negotiable 5,100 Negotiable
Park Ave S & East 31st Street Negotiable 5,200 Negotiable

Rent Office 660 First Avenue

660 First Avenue is a 7 story office building located in the Murray Hill neighbourhood of Manhattan. Further information on rent, lease office 660 First Avenue includes the following. 660 First Avenue does not currently have coworking options available. Despite coworking 660 First Avenue not existing, nearby coworking options do exist. The Zip Code for 660 First Avenue is 10016. 660 First Avenue contains 91,000 square feet of office space for rent. The office space is rated Class B. Construction of 660 First Avenue finished in 1895. Small, medium and large options for rent office 660 First Avenue are available. In addition to nearby office building lease options, sublease 660 First Avenue options may be provided as well.

660 First Avenue Property Overview

Bulding Address: 660 First Ave
Bulding Name: NYU Medical Center
Building Alternate address(es): 660 First Ave
Zip Code:10016
Neighborhood:Murray Hill
Borough:Manhattan
Stories:7
Year Built:1895
Building Class:B

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