Lincoln Square is located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan and is bound by Central Park West to the West Side Highway from 59th Street to 72nd Street.
Class A Office Leases
Lincoln Square contains 8 Class A office buildings offering 10 different office spaces for lease. In total, there are currently 96,226 square feet of rentable Class A office space available.
Class B Office Leases
Lincoln Square contains 7 Class B office buildings offering 10 different office spaces for lease. In total, there are currently 21,500 square feet of rentable Class B office space available.
Commute to Lincoln Square
The 1 and 2 train line extends through Lincoln Square at the 66 Street Lincoln Center Subway Station. The A, B, and C train line also extends into Lincoln Square with the 72nd Street Subway Station.
The newest development in the Lincoln Square real estate market include HUBB NYC with a purchase of a retail condo north of Lincoln Center. The property was purchased for $39 million and it sits at the base of the Nevada Towers co-op building.
History of Office Leasing in Lincoln Square
Lincoln Square has experienced a number of deaths and rebirths throughout its history. Initially declared one of the worst “slums” in the City, the surrounding area and its tenements were demolished during the city’s initiative to transform the area during the 1940’s. With the city’s gradual rise, the area became what we know it to be today following major developments, including the construction of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts which was financed in part by the Rockefeller Family.
The following are available office for lease in Lincoln Square
Stephen Sunderland1, Senior Managing Director, has over thirty years of commercial real estate experience with a background of successfully leasing more than 2,500,000 square feet of commercial real estate. His father was a successful architectural designer who built over 50,000,000 square feet of shopping centers, best known for his design of two of the largest malls in the world: Mall of America and the West Edmonton Mall. Stephen's father was a mentor and influence on his career.