Boundaries for Columbus Circle
Columbus Circle is bound by Eighth Avenue, Broadway, Central Park South, and Central Park West at the southwest corner of Central Park.
Class A Office Leases
Columbus Circle contains 43 Class A office buildings offering 42 different office spaces for lease. In total, there are currently 248,244 square feet of rentable Class A office space available.
Class B Office Leases
Columbus Circle contains 144 Class B office buildings offering 63 different office spaces for lease. In total, there are currently 550,084 square feet of rentable Class B office space available.
Commute to Columbus Circle
Columbus Circle contains a number of transit options, including the 59th Street Columbus Circle Subway Station and the 57th Street Subway Station which connect the district to the rest of the city. Located on the southwest corner of Central Park, walking, or even biking, remain viable options for people commuting from the Upper East Side or the Upper West Side.
Current Largest Tenants
Currently in the Columbus Circle office leasing market, Deutsche Bank stands as one of the largest tenants, recently signing a lease for 1.1 million square feet of office space at One Columbus Circle.
The newest tenants in the Columbus Circle office leasing market include, Kaplan International, which signed a lease for 25,000 square feet on floors 4 and 5 of 5 Columbus Circle, and Nordstrom, which has planned to open its flagship at Extell Development’s Central Park Tower. TJ Maxx has extended its lease and added a little under 20,000 square feet at its ESRT building at 250 West 57th Street back in 2018.
History of Office Leasing in Columbus Circle
Columbus Circle is recognizable for its iconic monument of explorer Christopher Columbus which marks the center of the circular intersection. The monument was completed by sculptor Gaetano Russo in 1892 from his studio in Rome. The surrounding area has undergone significant development, with billionaires row mere blocks away boasting some of the world's most expensive pieces of residential real estate, Columbus Circle has become a sign of convenience and prestige amongst commercial real estate shoppers.