A New York office is ideal for businesses wanting to showcase the fact that they have a presence in such an important global financial hub. Some postcodes are more prestigious than others, however. The most sought-after business addresses include Broadway, Madison Avenue, Park Avenue, Wall Street and Avenue of the Americas.
Executive suites (known as executive offices in the US) are ideal as they are a cost-effective option that makes it possible for businesses to rent space in the city that might not otherwise be able to afford it – price per square foot is significant. The market is constantly growing due to increased demand.
According to Instant’s specialist local consultant, Monica Williams, there are many different area options for companies looking to move into New York, depending on the nature of the business. Midtown South is ideal for technology and advertising firms, while Lower Manhattan is a good option for finance or law firms.
Regardless of the area, all are in prime position for the subway system which is the main means of transportation in the city, including Penn, Times Square, Wall Street and Grand Central Stations.
The price of an executive suite can vary wildly and range from anything from $900 – 10,000 per month, according to location and requirements. Co-working spaces are priced at around $250 – 500 per person per month. However, these costs are inclusive of amenities, which can cover Internet, meeting rooms, IT and administrative support, lounges and kitchens, car parking, videoconferencing and AV equipment, among others.
While executive suites are a popular option, co-working is spreading in the city and many executive suite providers are opening second locations that are fully co-working, thus keeping the executive suites separate from their co-working spaces.
Instant offer a great variety of flexible office solutions across a range of sizes, and are able to accommodate most enquiries, from one person through to 100 or more, depending on the specifics. Executive suite providers can be flexible with the layout of the workspace, and are happy to discuss partitioning to fit a particular requirement.
Why choose New York?
The benefits of establishing a business in New York are numerous — access to a booming market, the prestige of operating in one of the world’s leading cities, a thriving community, extensive public transport, a diverse business sector, and top-rated lifestyle amenities and attractions. As one of the world’s leading financial centers, businesses are exposed to a huge network of potential clients, partners and leading multinationals. And, with economic specializations in industries ranging from advertising to accountancy, companies from all sectors are suited to New York. A global hub, residents and employees are centered in one of the most exciting cities in the world.
Five things you probably didn’t know about New York:
- The daytime population of Manhattan increases to 3.94 million, with commuters adding a net 1.34 million people
- The average commute time in New York is around 40 minutes; 15 minutes longer than the national average
- The Jewish population in New York City is the largest outside of Israel while Chinatown is the largest Chinese enclave in the Western Hemisphere
- There is a birth in New York City every 4.4 minutes
- Commercial delivery companies including UPS, FedEx, receive up to 7,000 parking tickets per day, contributing up to $120 million in revenue for the city