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Greenwich village Office Spaces For Rent

Address SF Monthly Rent
Small Greenwich Village Offices for Rent
E Sixth St & Avenue C 2,000 $ 8,400
E 4th Street & Broadway 2,300 $ 13,400
Medium Greenwich Village Offices for Rent
Broadway & Bleecker Street 3,000 $ Negotiable
Laguardia Pl & Bleecker Street 3,200 $ 22,000
Broadway & Astor Place 3,300 $ Negotiable
Laguardia Pl & Bleecker Street 3,500 $ Negotiable
Large Greenwich Village Offices for Rent
E 12th Street & University Place 5,200 $ Negotiable
Lafayette St & Bleecker Street 5,300 $ Negotiable
W Houston St & Sullivan Street 5,900 $ Negotiable
Broadway & East Houston Street 8,100 $ 43,800
Broadway & East Houston Street 8,600 $ 47,200
Address SF Monthly Rent
Small Greenwich Village Offices for Rent
E 11th Street & University Place 1,100 $ Negotiable
Medium Greenwich Village Offices for Rent
E 11th Street & University Place 3,100 $ Negotiable
Large Greenwich Village Offices for Rent
Lafayette St & East 4th Street 5,000 $ Negotiable
office Tenants Rented / Leased Greenwich Village
  • Barrows leased 10,000 SF at 817 Broadway
  • Inspired Capital leased 3,162 SF at 809 Broadway
  • The Farmer's Dog leased 19,000 SF at 214 Sullivan Street
  • SDC Capital Partners leased 9,890 SF at 817 Broadway
  • WeWork leased 61,375 SF at 57 East 11th Street
  • Facebook leased 370,000 SF at 770 Broadway
  • Paramount Studios leased 4,000 SF at 740 Broadway

Greenwich Village Office Rent Average

Building Class Year $ / SF
A 2020 77.0
A 2022 138.0
A 2023 150.0
Building Class Year $ / SF
B 2019 63.0
B 2020 59.0
B 2021 54.0
B 2022 64.0
B 2023 77.0
Year $ / SF Building Class
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Greenwich Village, often referred to as "The Village," is a vibrant neighborhood located in the heart of Manhattan, New York City. Known for its bohemian atmosphere, rich history, and diverse culture, Greenwich Village has long been considered a hub for artists, intellectuals, and LGBTQ+ communities.

The area gained prominence in the 19th and early 20th centuries as a haven for creative individuals, with iconic figures such as Bob Dylan, Allen Ginsberg, and Jackson Pollock making it their home. Its narrow, tree-lined streets are lined with historic brownstones, giving the neighborhood a charming, old-world feel.

One of the most famous landmarks in Greenwich Village is Washington Square Park. This iconic park serves as a gathering spot for locals and tourists alike. With its iconic arch, beautiful fountain, and scenic pathways, Washington Square Park is a centerpiece of the Village. The area around the park is always buzzing with activity, with live performances, street vendors, and musicians filling the air with energy.

Greenwich Village is also renowned for its thriving artistic and cultural scene. The neighborhood is home to numerous theaters, art galleries, and performance venues. The renowned off-Broadway theater, The Village Vanguard, has hosted legendary jazz musicians since the 1930s. The Cherry Lane Theatre, the oldest continuously running off-Broadway theater in the city, is also located in the Village.

In addition to its artistic offerings, Greenwich Village is also known for its culinary delights. The neighborhood is teeming with a wide range of restaurants, cafes, and bars, offering everything from international cuisine to classic New York City eats. Bleecker Street, in particular, is famous for its food scene, with a plethora of bakeries, pizzerias, and specialty food stores to explore.

Greenwich Village is also associated with the counterculture movement of the 1960s. The area played a pivotal role in the LGBTQ+ rights movement, with the Stonewall Inn, a historic gay bar, being located in the neighborhood. The 1969 Stonewall Riots, which took place in response to police harassment, marked a turning point in the fight for LGBTQ+ rights in the United States.

Overall, Greenwich Village is a vibrant and eclectic neighborhood that continues to enchant residents and visitors with its unique charm, artistic legacy, and vibrant cultural scene. From its historic sites to its lively streets, there is always something interesting to see and experience in Greenwich Village.
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