How much does an office in the Chrysler cost?
The iconic Chrysler building is admired around the world, attracting corporates and tourists alike with it’s Art-deco style and it’s impressive height as one of the tallest buildings in the city. You will find the skyscrapers notable history draws visitors to the site. Previous historical facilities include, the exclusive Cloud Club for the elected elite, private offices which were once gyms and dental clinics and an observation deck, The Celestial on the 71st floor.
In January 2019, the building was put up for sale previously going for $800 million in 2008. With coworking space in the building, we’re curious to know how much an office in the Chrysler building costs.
Renting an office space in the Chrysler building may not be as expensive as you first thought when you consider its reputation and location. The price of a flexible workspace in The Chrysler building is based on an individual desk price where the average price of a desk starts from $1,860 per month. So, a 10-person office will cost an average of $18,600 per month and a 20-person office will cost around $37,200 per month. The cost includes offices fully equipped with internet access and the latest in IT and communications technology.
The early 20th Century skyscraper provide tonnes of unique facilities including a sculpture garden, vaulted atrium with live bamboo and an art gallery. With comfortable lounges, video-conference facilities and an on-site coffee bar for your caffeine fix. You could not be closer to Grand Central Station, making the commute home a breeze.
As well as an office space in this high-profile building, the Chrysler building is situated close to several top quality and vibrant attractions. Restaurants pack the nearby area, alongside high-end bars including Henry’s Rooftop bar, The Campbell and Peter Dillion’s, which are all within walking distance.
Offices in the area
The area surrounding the Chrysler building remains popular for businesses across a variety of industries, with the demand for flexible workspaces growing here are some options in the heart of New York City’s financial district. Click here for more information.
This bright and modern space appeals to businesses looking to occupy an office space meeting all 21st century requirements. Click here for more information.
To say this building benefits from excellent interior designs is an understatement. The quirky wallpaper along with the floor to ceiling glass windows and doors complements a contemporary and open workspace environment while letting in a tonne of natural light. Click here for more information.
As location remains key for businesses looking to grow, you’ll be a step above the rest with a flexible office in New York. Office Freedom has a number of New York spaces, If you want to explore some spaces, click here to contact one of Office Freedom’s consultants.