620 Eighth Avenue is a 52 story office building located in the Times Square neighbourhood of Manhattan. Further information on rent, lease office 620 Eighth Avenue includes the following. 620 Eighth Avenue does not currently have coworking options available. Despite coworking 620 Eighth Avenue not existing, nearby coworking options do exist. The Zip Code for 620 Eighth Avenue is 10018. 620 Eighth Avenue contains 1,826,800 square feet of office space for rent. The office space is rated Class A. Construction of 620 Eighth Avenue finished in 2007. The fiber providers for 620 Eighth Avenue include Lightower, Level 3 Communications, Cogent Communications & tw telecom. The tenants for 620 Eighth Avenue include Legg Mason, which signed a lease for 200000 square feet, British Telecom, which signed a lease for 63000 square feet, Jams Inc., which signed a lease for 31753 square feet, Goodwin Procter, which signed a lease for 216926 square feet, Covington & Burling, which signed a lease for 160000 square feet, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt, which signed a lease for 64000 square feet, Seyfarth Shaw, which signed a lease for 100000 square feetSmall, medium and large options for rent office 620 Eighth Avenue are available. In addition to nearby office building lease options, sublease 620 Eighth Avenue options may be provided as well. In 2018, the average office rent at 620 Eighth Avenue was $ 80.0 per square foot.
Transit options near 620 Eighth Avenue include the A, C, E train lines which can be accessed at the 42 Street-Port Authority Bus Terminal Subway Station with 3 min of walking. 1, 2, 3, 42 St Shuttle, 7, N, Q, R train lines which can be accessed at the Times Square-42 Street Subway Station with 5 min of walking. A, C, E Line train lines which can be accessed at the 34 Street-Penn Station Subway Station with 7 min of walking. B, D, F, M train lines which can be accessed at the 42 Street-Bryant Park Subway Station with 8 min of walking. 1, 2, 3 Line train lines which can be accessed at the 34 Street-Penn Station Subway Station with 9 min of walking.
The New York Times Building is a skyscraper on the west side of midtown Manhattan, New York City that was completed in 2007. Its chief tenant is The New York Times Company, publisher of The New York Times as well as the International New York Times, and other newspapers. Construction was by a joint venture of The New York Times Company, Forest City Ratner (Forest City Enterprises's New York subsidiary), and ING Real Estate.
Office Tenants Rented / Leased 620 Eighth Avenue
- Williams Lea Tag leased 31,058 SF
- Covington & Burlington leased 33,000 SF
- Liquidnet leased 140,000 SF
- Kepos Capital leased 15,442 SF
- Goodwin Procter LLP leased 30,917 SF
- First Solar Inc. leased 24,376 SF
- Government of Flanders leased 7,492 SF
Retail Tenants at 620 Eighth Avenue
- Montenapo by Bice leased 5,274 SF
- Andrew and Jonathan Schnipper leased 3,200 SF
- Dean & DeLuca leased 3,200 SF
- Inakaya leased 3,000 SF
- Muji leased 5,000 SF