633 Third Avenue Office Spaces For Lease

Direct Office Spaces for Rent

$ / SF SF Monthly Rent
$ 80 1,000 $ 6,666
$ 60 1,400 $ 7,000
$ 73 1,200 $ 7,300
$ / SF SF Monthly Rent
$ 54 4,000 $ 18,000
$ 73 3,700 $ 22,508
$ / SF SF Monthly Rent
$ 65 5,300 $ 28,708
$ 45 5,000 $ 18,750
$ 54 20,000 $ 90,000
$/Person
1-3 $2,000
4-8 $1,700
9-50+ $1,250
Luxury - Top Buildings
$/Person
10-20 People $1,700
21-50 People $1,600
51-100 People $ 1,500
Luxury - Top Buildings

Nearby Office Spaces for Rent

Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Third Ave & East 40th Street $ 71 2,300 $ 13,608
Lexington Ave & East 40th Street $ 59 2,500 $ 12,291
Third Ave & East 40th Street $ 71 2,300 $ 13,608
Lexington Ave & East 40th Street $ 59 2,500 $ 12,291
Third Ave & East 40th Street $ 71 2,300 $ 13,608
Lexington Ave & East 40th Street $ 59 2,500 $ 12,291
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
E 40th St & Third Avenue $ 129 3,100 $ 33,420
E 40th St & Third Avenue $ 129 3,100 $ 33,420
E 40th St & Third Avenue $ 129 3,100 $ 33,420
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Third Ave & East 41st Street $ 65 5,400 $ 29,250
Third Ave & East 42nd Street $ 72 7,300 $ 43,800
Lexington Ave & East 40th Street $ 63 8,000 $ 42,000
Third Ave & East 41st Street $ 65 5,400 $ 29,250
Third Ave & East 42nd Street $ 72 7,300 $ 43,800
Lexington Ave & East 40th Street $ 63 8,000 $ 42,000
Third Ave & East 41st Street $ 65 5,400 $ 29,250
Third Ave & East 42nd Street $ 72 7,300 $ 43,800
Lexington Ave & East 40th Street $ 63 8,000 $ 42,000

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Market Data for 633 Third Avenue

633 Third Avenue rises 41 stories above Grand Central with 1,084,761 square feet of Class A office space. Construction of 633 Third Avenue was completed in 1960, in the International architectural style. As for rent, lease, coworking or sublease office 633 Third Avenue, the following information remains relevant. Coworking 633 Third Avenue does not currently exist, for there are no coworking providers currently subleasing 633 Third Avenue. Rent office 633 Third Avenue has remained consistent with current market trends, with the average price per square foot increasing from the 2018 price of $54.00 to the 2019 price of $72.00. Tenants who currently lease office 633 Third Avenue include Empire State Development Corp. with a lease for 104,000 square feet, Gov. Andrew Cuomo with a lease for 40,000 square feet, and the Bank of Israel with a lease for 1,559 square feet. 633 Third Avenue is within 5 minutes walking distance of Grand Central-42nd Street Station, which avails access to the 4, 5, 6, and 7 train lines. 633 Third Avenue is within 9 minutes of the 5th Avenue Bryant Park Subway Station, with service from the 7 train line. 633 Third Avenue is also within 11 minutes walking distance of the 33rd Street Subway Station with service from the 4 and 6 train line.

Building History

633 Third Avenue remains consistent with the International architectural style, maintaining a perfect blend between stone and glass in a modern style. Due to the convenient location of the building, in addition to the variety of small, medium, and large office space options, tenants have been attracted to lease office 633 Third Avenue. In addition, rent office 633 Third Avenue has followed the general market trend of increasing prices. With Class A office space, and commute convenience, 633 Third Avenue remains a more than viable option for those looking for office space.

633 Third Avenue Property Overview

Bulding Address: 633 Third Ave
Bulding Name: 633 Third
Building Alternate address(es): 633 3rd Ave
Zip Code:10017
Neighborhood:Grand Central
Borough:Manhattan
Stories:41
Year Built:1960
Building Class:A
Block & lot:01314-7502

Public Transportation

Time and Distance from 633 Third Avenue New York, NY 10017
Transit / Subway Distance Walk
Grand Central-42 Street Transit Stop (4, 42 St Shuttle, 5, 6, 7) 0.2 mi 5 min
5 Avenue-Bryant Park Transit Stop (7) 0.5 mi 9 min
33 Street (4,6 Line) Transit Stop 0.6 mi 11 min
51 Street Transit Stop (4, 6) 0.6 mi 13 min
42 Street-Bryant Park Transit Stop (B, D, F, M) 0.7 mi 13 min

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Internet Providers at 633 Third Avenue

Internet Provider Technology Max Download Speed Max Upload Speed
Lightower Fiber 10 Gb/s 10 Gb/s
Level 3 Communications Fiber 10 Gb/s 10 Gb/s
Cablevision/Lightpath Fiber 10 Gb/s 10 Gb/s
Cogent Communications Fiber 10 Gb/s 10 Gb/s
Office Tenants Rented / Leased 633 Third Avenue
  • Empire State Development Corp. leased 104,000 SF
  • Gov. Andrew Cuomo leased 40,000 SF
  • Bank of Israel leased 1,559 SF
  • World Zionist Organization leased 5,297 SF

Retail Tenants Rented / Leased 633 Third Avenue
  • CTSH LLC Deli leased 3,800 SF
Nearby Office Tenants Leased
  • Overseas Shipholding Group Inc. leased 60,000 SF at 666 Third Ave
  • Court TV leased 14,000 SF at 600 Third Ave
  • Permanent Mission of Luxembourg leased 9,767 SF at 605 Third Ave
  • Hypo RE Capital leased 9,500 SF at 622 Third Ave
  • Mitsubishi International Corporation leased 7,123 SF at 655 Third Ave
  • Panama Maritime Authority leased 5,588 SF at 369 Lexington Ave
  • Touchstorm LLC leased 5,500 SF at 355 Lexington Ave
  • Siller Wilk LLP leased 5,356 SF at 675 Third Ave
  • Jerome Haims Realty Inc. leased 5,300 SF at 630 Third Ave
  • Dr. Enrico Fazzini leased 1,860 SF at 353 Lexington Ave

Nearby Retail Tenants Leased
  • Zengo leased 17,000 SF at 622 Third Ave
  • Staples leased 12,000 SF at 675 Third Ave
  • Nextel Retail Stores leased 2,115 SF at 655 Third Ave
  • Duane Reade leased 2,000 SF at 630 Third Ave
  • Hale and Hearty leased 1,800 SF at 369 Lexington Ave
  • Java Detour leased 748 SF at 600 Third Ave

Office Rent 633 Third Avenue Average

Year $ / SF
2018 54.0
2019 72.0
Year $ / SF
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