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  • 05th December 2016

Top 10 Coolest Offices in New York

Search Office Space has access to some of the coolest workspaces on the planet. Here, we give you an exclusive look inside a selection of the best in NYC. If you like what you see, get in touch- we’ll arrange a viewing for you!

New York, New York. Home to the Empire State Building, 800 languages and a growing startup ecosystem. Catalysts for collaboration and centers of creativity, New York’s office spaces are unsurprisingly some of the best in the world.

With so many amazing spaces out there, this was a difficult list to compile, but here we go...


1. 304 Hudson Street

This vibrant Fabrication Lab and Innovation Centre in Manhattan is teeming with creatives and entrepreneurs. People from all sorts of industries work independently and collaboratively to breathe life into new ideas every day. As well as helping to launch more than 10 companies with a combined value of $700 million+, this center has created more than 250 new jobs.


[caption id="attachment_21180" align="alignnone" width="580"]Collab, 304 Hudson Street Light-years away from boring & corporate, this space is a buzzing hive of creative activity[/caption]


2. 48 Wall Street

This flexible workspace is creative, diverse, nurturing and welcomes anyone with a community-oriented mindset. With a choice of co-working desks and private suits, it can accommodate any business type, from the fledgling startup to the established brand. It’s pretty stylish too.

[caption id="attachment_21185" align="alignnone" width="580"]Joynture, 48 Wall Street Achieve greatness in this innovative workspace[/caption]


3. 1412 Broadway

It definitely doesn’t feel like the same ol’ daily grind at The Grind. In fact, this workspace describes itself as the ‘antidote to offices’. A stone’s throw from 12 different subway lines, this is perhaps the most conveniently placed offices in New York City. A small library, bustling cafe and large event space create a microcosmic community vibe.

[caption id="attachment_21188" align="alignnone" width="580"]The Grind, 1412 Broadway A seriously cool office. Don’t believe us? The writing’s on the wall… :|[/caption]


4. 300 Park Avenue

This office was built in 1955 in the International fashion, a modernist architectural style which evolved in the ’20s and ‘30s. WeWork occupy the 12th-14th levels of this 26-story skyscraper, making for impressive views of the New York skyline. And with a dartboard in the breakout area, hitting targets has never felt so satisfying.

[caption id="attachment_21191" align="alignnone" width="580"]WeWork, 300 Park Avenue You want me to do your photocopying again? Okay fine by me![/caption]


Arrange a viewing at one of these workspaces today!


5. 101 Avenue of the Americas

This 23-story, class-A office building is situated on one of the most famous thoroughfares in Lower Manhattan- that’s Sixth Avenue to New Yorkers. It’s part of a trendy neighbourhood steeped in history and is both a business and tourist hotspot. As well as a stella location, this workspace boasts first class facilities and an on-site team who keep everything running smoothly.

[caption id="attachment_21193" align="alignnone" width="580"]Regus, 101 Avenue of the Americas An office on the 23rd floor makes for awesome views[/caption]


6. 447 Broadway

Designers, developers, social change agents, artists and entrepreneurs all cohabit in perhaps one of the most collaborative workspaces in trendy SoHo. Situated amidst a plethora of tech companies such as Squarespace, it’s got somes stella resources on its doorstep. And with its very own ‘nap room’ for crashing, this could literally be the dreamiest office in New York.

[caption id="attachment_21196" align="alignnone" width="580"]The Farm SoHo - 447 Broadway Grafting with a smile! (This office is not sponsored by Squarespace)[/caption]


7. 234 5th Avenue

You can look out at the Flatiron Building and Madison Square Park as you contemplate your next business move. Designed with entrepreneurs and business owners in mind, this flexible office is known as the ‘hybrid alternative’ to typical co-working and focusses on productivity and efficiency as well as community.

[caption id="attachment_21198" align="alignnone" width="580"]The Yard: Flatiron - 234 5th Avenue There’s nothing ARTificial about this co-working space[/caption]


8. 1412 Broadway

1412 Broadway just keeps on giving. Just a stone’s throw from Times Square and Bryant Park, this sun-drenched beauty isn’t lacking in places to relax at lunchtime or after hours. Its USPs include fast internet, 3 roof terraces and fresh coffee on tap. Probably a good choice for those suffering from writer’s block: the space is described by its community as ‘inspiring’.

[caption id="attachment_21199" align="alignnone" width="580"]Workville NYC - 1412 Broadway Catch some rays & top up your vit D on the popular roof terrace[/caption]


9. 460 Park Ave South

We’d all like to work better, wouldn’t we? Geared towards Fortune 500, freelancers, SMEs, the LOT, this location promises just that. Described as ‘convenient, emergent and urbane’, this is a workspace that will impress clients and colleagues alike. You can even treat them to a juicy bite to eat at Wolfgang’s Steakhouse, situated closeby.

[caption id="attachment_21200" align="alignnone" width="580"]Work Better - 460 Park Ave South Hard at work & avoiding the lure of Buzzfeed...[/caption]


10. 747 Third Avenue

This prestigious workspace is only a few minutes’ walk from Grand Central station. The center boasts a painted glass entrance and an opulent white marble reception, as well as fantastic amenities and Sky TV! Those in the financial, real estate and creative industries work alongside each other here.

[caption id="attachment_21270" align="alignnone" width="580"]747 Third Avenue Floor to ceiling windows welcome in sunlight[/caption]


Get in touch with our US Vice President Daniel Soffer if you'd like to view these workspaces

(or any others in NYC for that matter)!

You can email him at [email protected] or give him a call on +1 (212) 403-2861.

Which of these amazing New York offices can you see yourself working in?

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