How to Find and Negotiate for Office Space in New York City as a Startup

This is a guest post by Michael Mandel, a commercial real estate advisor at Grubb & Ellis in New York City. He specializes in tech startups and data center transactions. His recent clients include eBay, Facebook, The Limited Stores, adap.tv, Verizon, Webair and Guardian Life.

So your startup has gotten too large for General Assembly, Dogpatch Labs, WeWork Labs, Betaworks, TechStars, or wherever you choose to incubate the next Facebook. You love the high tin ceilings, the wood floors, the exposed columns, and the proximity to the Ace Hotel, but it’s time to take off the training wheels and ride out on your own. This article is your definitive 900-words-or-less guide to making it in the big city. Read More

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  1. Michael Mandel says:

    If you have individual questions on my guest post, feel free to email me – michael.mandel@grubb-ellis.com.  There’s also more details on some of the topics discussed her on my NYC real estate blog BrokeredNYC – http://www.brokerednyc.com.

  2. super great tips! This is sure the hardest place to get an office space