Rent Office 405 Lexington Avenue

405 Lexington Avenue Coworking Furnished Offices

SF Monthly Rent
80 SF 500 / month
1,000 SF Negotiable
3,000 SF Negotiable

405 Lexington Avenue Office Spaces For Rent

$ / SF SF Monthly Rent
$ / SF SF Monthly Rent
$63.00 3,000 $ 18,375 / month
$63.00 4,000 $ 18,375 / month
$63.00 4,000 $ 21,000 / month
$ / SF SF Monthly Rent
$63.00 7,000 $ 36,750 / month
$63.00 8,000 $ 39,375 / month
Negotiable 5,000 Negotiable

Nearby Spaces to 405 Lexington Avenue

The following office spaces are available office for lease
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Lexington Ave & East 42nd Street $72 2,200 $ 13,200
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Lexington Ave & East 42nd Street $80 3,200 $ 21,333
Address $ / SF SF Monthly Rent
Lexington Ave & East 42nd Street Negotiable 5,300 Negotiable

Rent Office 405 Lexington Avenue

405 Lexington Avenue is a 77-story office space building located in Grand Central. The total square feet is 1,292,002 and built in 1929. It is considered a class A building.

405 Lexington Avenue tenants include: CAA, Moses & Singer, Maxim Group, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Regus Business Centers, Spaces.

There are a variety of small medium and large offices available at 405 Lexington Avenue for rent or lease.

New York is a beautiful city filled with different mind-blowing buildings. So, what singles a building out from the others? Well, this is a tough question, but the answer has been given by the Chrysler Building.

The building is one of the tallest buildings in New York as it holds the eight position, tied with the New York Times Building. It was once the tallest building in the world before it got beat by the Empire State Building in the year 1931, but it still holds its prestige as the tallest building constructed with brick and steel framework. The building was originally a project of William H. Reynolds but due to the crisis between Reynolds and his Partner, he didn't have enough fund to carry on with the construction so the plans and everything that comes with it was sold to Walter Chrysler and it was constructed by Walter Chrysler, the head of Chrysler Corporation.

Being one of the tallest buildings in New York, the building is a 77-story building with a 1,046ft long. It is a class A building in Manhattan, around Grand Central Neighborhood. Some of the tenants contained in the building are; Lewis Baach PLLC Kaufmann Middlemiss, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Centre, Wilfred Aubrey LLC, Clyde & Co. US, to mention a few.

Being in a location where it will be difficult to link to public transits can be very stressful, so the planners made sure the building is accessible through different public conveyances like; Grand Central- 42 Street Transit Stop (4, 42 St Shuttle, 5, 6, 7), 5- Avenue-Bryant Park Transit Stop (7), 51 Street Transit Stop (4, 6), 42- Street Bryant Part Transit Stop (B, D, F, M), Lexington Avenue- 53 Street Transit Stop (E, M), which will all be reached within a maximum of 11 minutes' walk.

Why Working With Optimal Spaces Is The Right Choice When Looking To Get An Office Space.

Judging from our track record, the confidence of working with Optimal Spaces will be established. But working with Optimal Spaces based on just our established track record is still limiting the benefits that can be derived from partnering with us.  

Aside from the fact that you get to work with a trusted agent, Optimal Spaces has been around for over 20 years, and during this period, we have worked with series of clients, who in turn have gotten their needs met within the blink of an eye. Usually, going on a house hunt will prove to be herculean for anyone who has not garnered the required experience and knowledge, but that will be the least of your worries when you partner with Optimal Spaces, as our qualified staffs will be at your disposal, to make sure your exact needs are met.

Moreover, our services are exclusively for you, and at Optimal Spaces, we represent only the Tenants. Therefore, when our experts are negotiating the terms of the lease, we ensure it benefits our client and save them at least 15-20% cost that would have been incurred if we were not involved. And after all these services rendered to our clients, there are no fees for clients renting space.

The Chrysler Building is an Art Deco style skyscraper located on the East Side of Midtown Manhattan in New York City, at the intersection of 42nd Street and Lexington Avenue in the Turtle Bay neighborhood. At 1,046 feet (319 m), the structure was the world's tallest building for 11 months before it was surpassed by the Empire State Building in 1931. It is still the tallest brick building in the world, albeit with an internal steel skeleton. After the destruction of the World Trade Center, it was again the second-tallest building in New York City until December 2007, when the ... More info

Office Tenants Rented / Leased 405 Lexington Avenue
  • Moses & Singer leased 73,485 SF
  • Spaces leased 110,989 SF
  • Lewis Baach PLLC Kaufmann Middlemiss leased 3,867 SF
  • CAA leased 74,550 SF
  • Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center leased 43,000 SF
  • Wilfred Aubrey LLC leased 2,210 SF
  • Maxim Group leased 43,800 SF

405 Lexington Avenue Property Overview

Bulding Address: 405 Lexington Ave
Bulding Name: Chrysler Building
Building Alternate address(es): 405 Lexington Ave
Zip Code:10174
Neighborhood:Grand Central
Year Built:1929
Building Class:A
Block & lot:01297-0023

Public Transportation

Time and Distance from 405 Lexington Avenue New York, NY 10174
Transit / Subway Distance Walk
Grand Central-42 Street Transit Stop (4, 42 St Shuttle, 5, 6, 7) 0.1 mi 2 min
5 Avenue-Bryant Park Transit Stop (7) 0.3 mi 7 min
51 Street Transit Stop (4, 6) 0.4 mi 9 min
42 Street-Bryant Park Transit Stop (B, D, F, M) 0.5 mi 10 min
Lexington Avenue-53 Street Transit Stop (E, M) 0.5 mi 11 min

Office Rent 405 Lexington Avenue Average

Year $ / SF
2018 74.5
2019 74.86
Year $ / SF
2018 64.72

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