Financial District – Wall Street Office Space for Rent.

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Financial District – Wall Street Office Space

22 Locations and 5 Subleases
Sizes: 2,086 SqFt to 32,875 SqFt
Class A Starting at: $34.00/RSF
Class B Starting at: $20.00/RSF

Free Office Locating and Lease Negotiation Services

If you need office space in the Financial District / Wall Street, contact Synergy Real Estate Group today and we can start searching for properties that fit your needs. Our firm does the work for you and will send a list of prospective properties that match your requirements. We can then schedule tours for those listings and help you negotiate for space once you have selected a site. Our services are provided at no charge to clients because we are only compensated when a real estate transaction is completed thus it is in our best interest to get you the best possible deal.

About Wall Street – Financial District

Manhattan’s Financial District is located in the southernmost part of New York City on the corner of Wall Street and Broad Street. This section of Manhattan houses the United State’s major financial institutions including the New York Stock Exchange, Federal Reserve and World Financial Center.

Region: Lower Manhattan

Landmarks: New York Stock Exchange, Wall Street, World Trade Center Memorial, Battery Park, South Street Seaport, Trinity Church, Museum of Jewish Heritage, Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Ferry, Staten Island Ferry

Zip Codes: 10004, 10038

When deciding how to list this submarket, we chose Wall Street because there are a number of “financial districts” throughout the world and we wanted to avoid confusion. The area is sometimes considered a neighborhood with the northern boundaries being Civic Center and the Two Bridges area. The main commercial space users are financial services companies, law firms and government agenices. In addition the area is home to the Federal Reserve and the trading floor for the NYSE. This submarket is classified as part of downtown Manhattan and has seen vacancy rates increase following the economic downturn and the consolidation of investment banks and other financial institutions.