Space wanted/space available ads are solely for 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations with office space available (full-time occupancy only), those seeking office space, or those with meeting or conference space for rent in the New York City area. There is no charge for this service. Send copy to dmyers at npccny.org. Copy must be submitted in paragraph format, and include the organization's name, a contact person's name, phone, email, and the dollar amount of the asking rent. Copy is subject to editorial changes and approval.
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Curé of Ars RC Church, Merrick, LI is leasing 6,000–8,000 square feet of possible office/meeting/classroom space (10+ rooms) in its school building at $16/square foot. Access to large auditorium, kitchen, restrooms, and parking on a shared basis. Walking access to LIRR; major parkways nearby. Contact Marty Kenny at 516-623-1400, extension 116 or email@example.com.
Progressive States Network, in lower Manhattan, is offering 3,200 square feet of renovated office space with water views and great sunlight. The second floor space includes two large group rooms which can be used in a variety of ways, four private offices, three with water views, all with glass walls. The roomy suite boasts an open area center space with three cubicle workstations. Also included is a waiting area, conference room and new kitchen with a lockable technology closet. Space is furnished. Building is staffed with 24-hour security and access. The space is newly remodeled. Asking $7,950/month, including electricity and HVAC. Contact Nyrekia Mayers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chabad of Midtown Manhattan is leasing 5,350 square foot floors (42,800 square feet in total) at 509 Fifth Avenue, steps from Bryant Park at Fifth Ave and 42nd Street. Space is column free with high ceilings. Asking rents start at $42psf; flexible/negotiable. Contact Amy Lawrence at 212-736-6777 or email@example.com.
Everybody Wins! is seeking a sub-tenant for its downtown office at 50 Broad Street at $28/square feet. The building is attended and has just undergone a complete lobby renovation. The 3,018 square feet suite is on the 17th floor with an open floor plan to accommodate 12-15 people, plus one large office and conference area. Windows on three sides provide great light; modern wet pantry and inviting reception area. The space is well-decorated and furniture can be made available. Available for immediate occupancy with a sublet term through 2020. Contact Andrew Foley at 212-736-6777 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Metro Baptist Church has 5,000 square feet of community facility space for lease for $29/square foot. Currently occupied by a preschool, the space is ideal for a variety of programming. It comprises a dedicated entrance, stairwell, and signage, a bright, spacious floor plan (including classrooms, meeting rooms, and staff offices), a large cafeteria, lower level program space, plus a commercial kitchen and DOH approved bathrooms. Located in Midtown West at 40th Street and 9th Avenue, just minutes away from Port Authority. Contact Andrew Foley at 212-736-6777 or email@example.com.
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church has 3,600-8,000 square feet of community facility space for lease from $12.50/square foot. Located in Westchester Square directly off the 6 train, the Bronx location offers flexible multi-purpose spaces, is ADA accessible, and will allow an organization to maintain identity with a dedicated entrance and exterior signage. This is an opportunity to conduct programming in a completely renovated, free standing building, in a serene setting. Contact Stephen Powers at 212-736-6777 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Black Culinary Alliance of New York has office space available on West 37th Street off 5th Avenue in midtown Manhattan, a few blocks from Penn Station. Large, windowed, open space on the 9th floor of well kept, newly-renovated 12-story office building. Approximately 12' x 30' of open space with 10' drop ceilings, a shared kitchenette and private entrance from the elevator hall with separate men and women restrooms. Will be freshly painted with new carpeting installed. 470 gross square feet. $2,850/month. Contact Alex Askew at 212-643-6570 or email@example.com.
Dancewave has a raw office space available: 1,230 square-foot open floor plan includes two office spaces and a heated carport with electric lift gate. Office space may be rented separately as a 625 square foot office; 331 square foot office and a carport. The Park Slope location, a few blocks from Barclay’s Center, features 16.5-foot ceilings, street-level window opportunities for branding, an electronic lift-gate, loading dock, and protected parking spot. Front office space is available for $2,000/month; both offices are available for $2,500/month. Carport is additional $300. Shared bathroom. Contact Tricia Smit at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 718-522-4696.
Malaria No More, on Park Avenue South between 29th and 30th streets, has one private windowed office available facing east on Park Avenue. It is a large furnished office with new desks that can accommodate up to four people for $2,200 per month. The room also has a small round table to gather for a briefing/meeting. Rental includes the use of small conference room, shared kitchen and shared reception area. Rent also includes utilities, central A/C, internet access, daily cleaning service, doorman building. Phone accessible (three), copier, fax, scanner usage for an additional charge. Open to a sub-lease short term, or a year and longer. Contact Irene.Newman@malarianomore.org or 212-792-7929.
The Centre for Social Innovation has private, shared and open office space available for lease for nonprofit organizations with one to six staff. The Centre is a shared workspace for nonprofit organizations and social entrepreneurs, opening in April 2013. In addition to workspace, it provides shared services, training opportunities and a culture of collaboration. Tenants share access to a large kitchen, lounge, meeting rooms, classrooms and event spaces. 601 West 26th Street in Chelsea, near the High Line. The monthly cost for the spaces ranges from $500 to $2,400. For information visit http://socialinnovation.org or contact Eli Malinsky at 646-627-1544 or email@example.com.
Hunger Action Network of NYS is looking to sublease around 200 square feet for one to two work spaces at 64 Fulton Street in City Hall/Wall Street area. Around $600 per month. Flexible on sharing (e.g., phones, internet). Space available immediately. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-741-8192 extension 5. In case sublease isn't successful, Hunger Action is looking for space for three desks for under $900. Lower Manhattan or downtown Brooklyn/Dumbo. Would prefer space with emergency food program.
The American Federation of Arts has private, shared and open office space available for lease for up to 13 people (three private windowed offices, two windowed bullpen areas that will accommodate four people each, and two workstations). Available for immediate occupancy. High ceilings, great light, and fully furnished (including computers/phones, if desired); common access to kitchen, restrooms, and two meeting rooms. 24/7 building in Midtown East (47th Street and 2nd Avenue). The monthly cost for the spaces ranges from $6,000 to $12,000 (for the entire space described). For detailed information, photos and floor plan, contact David Kahane at 917-447-2014 or email@example.com.
The Cloud Institute has an office and several workstations available in Chelsea (midtown Manhattan). Prices range from $500 to $2,500 per workstation depending on size. All cubicles, desktops and flooring are from sustainably harvested hardwood. Spaces come ready with file storage and built in bookshelves. A floor plan is at www.s256206722.onlinehome.us/i/photos/CloudFloorPlan.jpg. Monthly prices: workstations A, B, and C: $600 each; workstation D w/window: $750; workstation E w/window: $500; private office 2 w/window and doors (space F): $2,500; and, reception area w/2 workstations (Space G): $1,000. Office 2 and workstations D and E are window-facing with expansive views over rooftops and full sky. Rental includes 24/7 access with doorman; internet access (wireless/ethernet); scanner, copier, printer usage (certain fees apply), and complimentary tea and organic coffee for suitemates. Also included is limited access to the conference room that can accommodate up to 25 people around tables, or 35 people auditorium style. Projector, screen, and a polycom conference phone system are also available at no additional charge to tenants. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The National Urban Technology Center has a large (200 sq. ft.) windowed furnished office in a newly renovated space available for sub-lease at 80 Maiden Lane and Gold Street in lower Manhattan in addition to two cubicles also furnished for sub-lease. The large office has two desks, chairs, storage cabinets, double windows and access to a T-1. The smaller cubicles (7’8”x5’8”) also are furnished with table, chair and T-1 access. The building is a full service, 24-hour attended building near all major subway lines and is close to the WTC PATH station. The furnished office includes the services of a receptionist, use of the common reception area, access to conference room (20’ x 11’), kitchen/lunch room, an on-line Xerox 7755 color copier/finisher, and T1. Electricity, cleaning, and waste removal are also included. Asking $2,250/month for the large, multi-person office and $600 per month for the cubicles. Contact Tom Bransford at 212-528-7350 or email@example.com.
The Tides Thoreau Center NY, a Shared Spaces Facility at 55 Exchange Place, has one extra-large workstation available for $600/month including basic internet. Amenities on site include use of two shared pantries, three shared conference rooms and rack space in a secured IT room. Also available in the building are conference center rental space for 80 people and a board/event space for 40 people. This Silver LEED Certified building houses a network of 20 nonprofits. Contact Alice Wagner at 212-509-1054 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MADRE is sub-letting space on 27th Street between 6th and 7th avenues. Space available is 2,099 square feet, and includes four medium-sized offices, one large open room, and two large supply closets. Rent is $28 per square foot. Available as soon as possible. The building has a doorman; windows face 27th Street; air conditioning devices provided. Newly painted. Utilities not included. Contact Nancy Sadek at 212-627-0444 or at email@example.com.
National Economic and Social Rights Initiative has two large desks available in its office at 90 John Street. 24/7 access to the building. Free wi-fi network available. Free access to two conference rooms. Cleaning, heat and a/c included. Close to the 4, 5, 6, J, M and Z subway lines. Rent is $800 per month. Contact Fatima Baba at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coro New York Leadership Center, 42 Broadway in downtown Manhattan, seeks a subtenant for two adjacent 120 square foot private offices (furnished or unfurnished). These pleasant offices include use of a staffed reception area, shared conference and training rooms, color copier, fax, postage meter and kitchenette. Convenient to transportation, the office is in a secure elevator/doorman building with 24/7 access and is available for 8/1/2012 occupancy. $2,000 monthly rent includes electricity and HVAC. Contact Elvira Catter-Martinez at 212-248-2935 extension 221 or email@example.com.
DoSomething.org has approximately 3,000 square feet at a prime location-Union Square East at 16th Street. Open work space plus eight conference rooms/office spaces. Tenant controlled A/C and heat and electricity included. Move-in ready. Looking to find one tenant for a sublease through September 2013. $12,000 per month plus real estate taxes. Furniture and a fridge are available free of charge. Contact Kenia Ortiz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Medicare Rights Center has up to thirteen fully furnished work spaces available for rent to a nonprofit group at 520 Eighth Avenue (36th and 37th streets). Each workspace includes a desk and workstation. Common services include an onsite receptionist available to greet and direct visitors; use of kitchen, freight elevator and conference room and meeting rooms (based on availability). Workstations are $500/month each; one private office available for $1,000. Rent includes electricity, central air and daily cleaning. The building allows for 24/7 access and is ADA compliant. Close to multiple subway and bus lines. Contact Sylvia Vogelman at 212-204-6233 or email@example.com.
Public Health Solutions has fully furnished office space with one private office and four open workstations (this can be adjusted if needed) available for sublease in shared space with their Nurse Family Partnership Program in Corona, Queens. All spaces are internet capable and have telephones installed and operational. Common services include an onsite receptionist available to greet and direct guests; conference room; copier; fax machine; scanner. The building allows for 24/7 access and is ADA compliant. The location is close to public transportation. The cost for all 5 workspaces is $2,644.20 per month. Contact Eileen Paley at 646-619-6412 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Manhattan Legal Services seeks to sublet offices in their space at 90 John Street in Manhattan. $500-$1,500 depending on size. Can rent month-to-month or sublease until July 2013. Full office amenities available. Contact Susan McDonald at 646-442-3169 or email@example.com.
Academy of Medical & Public Health Services in Sunset Park, Brooklyn has space available for single-day use or for long-term rental. A conference room seating six people is $15 per day; two other rooms include two desks and range from $30-$40 per day. Monthly rates range from $200 for one day per week use to $900 for five day use. Additional amenities include pantry, reception area, and first floor lobby. In addition, all rooms are fully furnished with mahogany single-pedestal desks, chairs, etc. Daily rentals include use of furniture, pantry, bathroom, and shared main lobby/reception hall. Monthly rentals include use of furniture, pantry, bathroom, lobby, and reception hall. Contact Hewett Chiuat at 646-543-3015 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Preservation Corporation at 188 Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights has an entire 9th floor -- 4,512 RSF available for rent through August 31, 2016. The asking rent is $27/RSF. Near the A, C, F, R, 2, 3, 4, and 5 trains. The space was built-out in 2006 featuring plug & play, a double glass entry off a private elevator lobby, five windowed offices (large executive office with harbor view) large windowed conference room, pantry with sink, full size refrigerator, two private bathrooms, plus an internal copy and storage room. All perimeter rooms have large glass re-lights and hardwood doors, ceiling height is 10 feet clear throughout the entire space, and tenant controlled central air conditioning. The floor has new double operable thermo pane windows with sunny exposures on three sides. Beautiful building, lobby fully attended from Monday-Saturday, 8am-9 pm. Contact Nancy Weinstein at 212-326-8651.
Queens Pride House @ Diversity Center of Queens (Jackson Heights) has two offices and shared conference/seminar room space available. The space is on 37th Avenue in Jackson Heights on the second floor of a building near the 74th Street/Broadway transportation center including E, F, M, 7 trains and several bus lines. There is bus service directly to LaGuardia terminals. All utilities, AC, use of network, phone system, top of the line copier could be included. The cost is $1,200 per month for each office depending on what shared resources are needed and whether for short term or a longer agreement. Each office has individual AC controls and can hold two desks and filing cabinets. Seminar rooms are multimedia equipped. There is also a computer lab. Contact Charles J. Ober at email@example.com.
The Kosciuszko Foundation on East 65th Street between Fifth and Madison avenues has an entire fourth floor, measuring 2,004 square feet, available for rent. One large, sunny space faces the front of the building with sliding glass doors. There is a glassed-in medium size space off to the side of this area. The space has the versatility to be used for multiple desks or combined desk and conference purposes. Three additional offices exist: one medium, two small, all windowed. There is a large fully equipped kitchen, a full bathroom and powder room. The asking rent for the space is $65 per square foot and is negotiable depending on the amount of space desired. In addition, there are two wood paneled spaces available for conferences and special events upon prior arrangement/agreement. All floors are elevator accessible. Contact Kaya Sawczuk at 212-734-2130 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The National Institute for the Psychotherapies has space available on per session basis in its 13,000 square foot suite of offices in Columbus Circle’s Fisk Building. The rooms available for rent are furnished with couches, comfortable chairs, and small side tables. Rooms are available in 45-minute increments Monday to Friday, between 8am-2pm and 8-10pm; the cost is $30 per 45-minute increment. The rooms are part of the NIP office suite featuring numerous private offices, a central reception area, four fully-furnished waiting rooms, and a lounge and kitchenette. In addition, all guests to the NIP office suite have access to free wi-fi. Contact Amy Ronek at email@example.com or 646-783-7720.
St. David's Episcopal Church, Bronx, has 122.5 square feet of unfurnished private office space available for rent. Space can be used Monday-Friday during business hours. Asking $800 per month rent which includes electricity, heat, kitchen access and use of the common hall for meetings when not in use by the church or other organizations. Located at 384 East 160th Street, close proximity to Metro-North, 2, 4 & D trains, Bronx courthouses. Contact Father Bennett at 718-665-2747 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Anne Frank Center USA has presentation/classroom space available for forums, classes and private events that can can accommodate up to 80 people, or 35-40 in two separate spaces. The spaces are new, with large and small flat screen displays or a large drop down screen, and wireless ready. Located at 44 Park Place, close to the 911 Memorial with subway entrance outside street level door. Event/gallery space rentals starts at $75 per hour, negotiable for small nonprofits, start ups and art/literary orgs. Contact Mike Clary at email@example.com at 212-431-7993 extension 307.
Art in General, Inc. at 79 Walker Street, has two separate spaces available for rent from mid-June to mid-August 2013. The spaces are also available throughout the year, subject to exhibition schedules and reservations. The 6th floor Gallery space features open spaces, hard wood floors and gallery lighting. It has a capacity of 200 people and is perfect for large events and gatherings, board meetings or workshops. (Capacity will vary depending on seating and table arrangement). The ground floor space is ideally suited as a venue for receptions, performances, conference meetings, etc. Fees for an 8-hour day for nonprofits: $1,000. Contact Jim Goins at 212-219-0473 extension 234 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The National Opera Center at 29th Street and 7th Avenue provides several rentable spaces in midtown Manhattan for meetings, presentations, workshops, lectures, auditions, rehearsals and more. Spaces include 10 studios, an Audition Recital Hall, a Rehearsal Hall, a Learning Center and a Board Room, open 7 days a week from 10am to 10pm. Prices start at $13/hour for members. Nonprofit non-member rates range from $16/hour for the smallest space to $102/hour for the largest space. For more information, visit www.operaamerica.org/operacenter, call 212-796-8630 or email email@example.com.
Madison Square Boys & Girls Club, Inc. owns and operates four fully functional clubhouse facilities (two in the Bronx, two in Brooklyn; two of which are equipped with swimming pools). All four buildings are fully functional with large classroom space, large gymnasiums and recreational facilities. Madison provides after-school and summer program activities. Madison offers many opportunities and seeks to create partnerships with other nonprofit community and civic organizations for structured activities, etc. Madison also provides accommodation for community schools groups, churches, scouting, city and state agencies and more. Organizations in need of additional space and interested in seeking a partnership to share space for daytime programming, are welcome to contact Madison’s office of the CFO at 212-760-0366.
The New York Open Center has short-term rental spaces available, including The Grand Room at 1,637 square feet; The Studio, 1,147 square feet; 3A, 600 square feet; and 3B and 3C at 465 square feet. These bright, airy spaces can accommodate most business, class meetings and social events. Prices range from $80 to $300 per hour. View spaces at www.opencenter.org/space-rentals. Contact Stephen Puibello at 212-219-2527, extension 167 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friends in Deed has several meeting spaces in their loft space at 594 Broadway, Suite 706, New York, New York, 10012, available for rates ranging from $26 to $165 per hour. Email email@example.com or call Michael Cohen at 212-925-2009, extension 203. View the rooms at http://fidblog.typepad.com/the_friends_in_deed_blog/2012/09/interested-in-renting-a-room-at-friends-in-deed.html.
Community Resource Exchange's handicap accessible Conference Center, in lower Manhattan at 42 Broadway between Wall Street and Bowling Green, offers four conference rooms varying in size, which canaccommodate 8 to 70 people. The Training Room is a large, multi-configuration conference room with state-of-the-art audio/visual presentation tools that can comfortably host up to 70 people in an open, reception-like space. Three smaller meeting rooms range in size to accommodate 8-14 people. Amenities include a sunlit cafe-style reception, computer workstations and more. For less than 3 hours prices range from $60-75 for meeting rooms and $125 for training room; 3 hours or more, prices range from $120-130 for meeting room, $250 for training room. Visit www.crenyc.org/conference_center for more info or contact Millie Diaz at 212-894-3394 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The After-School Corporation has space for meetings and trainings available in midtown Manhattan. Pricing below is per half day (4 hours) but full day rentals are also available: meeting rooms (maximum occupancy 8): $100/half day; conference room (max occupancy 16): $150/half day; computer training room (13 computer stations and presenter): $500/half day; small training room (max occupancy 35): $300/half day; large training room (max occupancy 70): $600/half day. Prices may be open to negotiation. Contact Sarah Mahran at email@example.com or 646-943-8751.
A.R.T./New York has three studios at its Fort Greene Brooklyn location and five studios at its midtown Manhattan location available to rent hourly for meetings and theatrical rehearsals. Spaces range from 330 to 950 square feet. Prices range from $15 per hour to $55 per hour, depending on size of space and usage. Studios are clean, well maintained and include tables, chairs and wifi. Most rooms also include piano. Rental hours are 9am to 10pm, seven days a week. For photos, specifications and rates, go to www.art-newyork.org/rehearsal-space or contact Stephanie Bok at 718-398-3078 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Kings Bay Y at Windsor Terrace (at 1224 Prospect Avenue,near the F/G Fort Hamilton Station) has rental space for meetings, workshops, lectures, etc. available 9am-3pm and 7-9pm Monday-Friday, and10am-8pm Saturday and Sunday.Rates range from $45-75/hr depending on frequency of usage and size of room. Contact Nadira Persaud at email@example.com or 718-407-6377.
The Women’s City Club of New York has a conference room available for evening events from 5:30-10pm at its Chelsea office (7th Ave between 27th and 28th), near Penn Station and the 1 train. Cost is $200 for the first two hours, and $75 for each hour thereafter. Room set-up is flexible with four large, collapsible tables and 40 chairs available. Maximum seating capacity is 40 people. A/V equipment is available for additional fee. Access to a kitchenette for food and beverage storage is included; catering needs are easily arranged via area restaurants. Contact Rachel Barrett at 212-353-8070 extension 200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mariandale Retreat and Conference Center in Ossining, NY (45 minutes north of NYC and easily accessible via Metro North) has meeting rooms of various sizes—from cozy parlors to a large hall. Meeting rooms can be rented for a few hours ($45-$200 depending on room size), or as part of a day package that includes coffee break and lunch ($35 per person). Located on 55 acres on the beautiful Hudson River in Westchester County, Mariandale Center also has 44 single rooms for overnight stays. Visit www.mariandale.org or contact Eileen Keerdoja at 914-941-4455 or email@example.com.
American Bible Society has five meeting spaces with seating ranging from 12 to 200, prices ranging from $100/per hour to $2,500/day, plus any applicable overtime to run the building. Configurations range from board room to theater style and most of other room settings. Other amenities can include basic AV, microphones, piano, audio and video conference, as well as DVD Blu Ray player. Contact Gary Schutz at GSchutz@americanbible.org.
ITAC has one large and one small conference room available for business events, workshops and meetings. Located in the financial district (lower Manhattan), the large conference room can accommodate up to 75 people with variable room set ups. The small conference room can seat up six. Amenities include smart board technology, conferencing capabilities, wi-fi, built-in projector, display screen, a polycom conference phone system, and on-site tech assistance. Rates start at $75 per hour. Full day (8 hours) for $800 or $400 for half-day (4 hours). Contact Sharanda Didier at 212-809-3900 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cicatelli Associates Inc. has a training and conference center in midtown Manhattan at 35th Street and Eighth Avenue suitable for meetings, seminars, workshops, conferences, focus groups, training events, ceremonies, book signings, theatrical rehearsals, etc. Offers handicapped-accessible rooms with natural light and views of the city and the Hudson River. Facilities feature six large and two small rooms; accommodating between 6-120 people (various styles of seating arrangements); fully equipped with training tables, comfortable chairs, spacious restrooms, kitchen, and copy/production facilities. Also available (for additional charges): TV/VCR, laptop computers, LCD projectors, satellite downloading, easels, newsprint and markers; catering available. Daily rental rates for nonprofits range from $250 to $700 per day, depending on space rented. Contact Esad Krcic at 212-594-7741, extension 272 or email@example.com.
The Cloud Institute for Sustainability Education has a meeting space available for rent in its environmentally friendly office at 28th Street and 7th Avenue. The library/conference room can accommodate up to 20 people around a table or 35 people auditorium style. Wireless internet, projector, screen, and a polycon conference phone system are all included. The conference room can be rented for $400 per day or $200 for half-day (4 hours or less). Not able to offer hourly rentals at this time. Contact Charlene Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rubin Museum of Art, dedicated to the arts and culture of the Himalayas on 17th Street and 7th Avenue offers elegant and versatile spaces for private events. Combining contemporary architecture and an unparalleled atmosphere, RMA is the perfect venue for events ranging from gala award dinners and intimate receptions to meetings and private gallery visits. The ground floor Colonnade space accommodates large receptions up to 500 and seated dinners up to 220; a stunning Spiral lobby accommodates 100 guests for receptions. In the lower level a state-of-the-art theater seats an audience of up to 140. Pricing subject to times and facilities used. Theater day rates start at $500 per hour, and private use of the museum after public hours starts at $5,000. RMA provides experienced event planning professionals ready to assist in coordinating every type of event. For more information visit rmanyc.org, email email@example.com or contact Special Events at 212-620-5000, extension 294.
The Toy Museum of NY has a fully decorated museum space available for tutoring, small recitals, events, rehearsals, performances, conducting meetings or trainings. The room accommodates 24 people seated at training tables or auditorium style. Located in downtown Brooklyn near all major public transportation. Hourly rates range from $30-$150. Contact Marlene Hochman at 718-243-0820 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Nuyorican Poets Cafe, 236 East 3rd Street (between avenues B and C) is available for meetings and private events. The 120-capacity space is equipped with tables, chairs, and a state of the art sound system. The artwork on the exposed brick walls changes monthly to feature local artists. A projector and large screen are also available and can connect to a DVD or laptop. Prices average around $200 per hour depending on technical requirements. For more information email email@example.com.
Center for Remembering & Sharing, at 123 4th Avenue, 2nd floor (between 12th & 13th streets), has two yoga/dance studios and a counseling/therapy room available for hourly rental to see clients, for meetings, workshops, rehearsals, photo shoots, film screenings, etc. The entire center is also available for rental for performances, benefits, receptions, etc. Amenities include A/C, wi-fi, and sound systems in each room, a video projection system and theatrical lighting in the large studio, and access to a small kitchen and private bathrooms. Rent starts at about $12/hour. For details, visit www.crsny.org, call 212-677-8621, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
DOROT, Inc., at 171 West 85th Street, offers the Susan Resnick Fisher Auditorium, a beautifully renovated space that seats up to 60 people and is available on evenings and weekends. A large illuminated sculpture graces the room. Ideal for business meetings, musical recitals and rehearsals, receptions, social events, benefits and celebrations. The use of a grand piano, music stands, microphones, podium, tables and chairs and accessibility to wi-fi are included in the rental price. Easily reached from both the 6th and the 7th avenue subway lines as well as the 86th Street cross-town bus. The Auditorium is wheelchair accessible. The cost is $200 an hour. Contact Judy Logan at 917-441-3753 or email@example.com.
Taller Boricua / The Puerto Rican Workshop, on Lexington Avenue between 105 and 106 streets in the landmark Julia de Burgos Cultural Center, offers more than 6,000 square feet of indoor event / conference space, gallery meeting rooms and a full 175-seat theater with on-site management. The ground floor, large multi-purpose event / conference space is 2,050 square feet and can hold up to 150 people. Tables, chairs and various amenities are provided. Smaller meetings, press conferences, etc. may take place in one of four spacious ground floor art galleries, including one that doubles as a film screening room. The galleries are approximately 300 square feet and each can hold up to 30 people. The theater is on the second floor and has a wrap around greenroom, a box office and a balconied lobby. There are easily accessible elevators and a 24-hour security desk. Catering services are available in the area. Room rental rates range in price from $300 for a half-day in one of the galleries to $1,200 for the full-day multipurpose room. The spaces are fully functional and self-contained. Contact Irma Ayala at 212-831-4333 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please reference NPCC in your email.
Bnai Zion Foundation, near Grand Central Station, has meeting space available that includes a state-of-the-art auditorium seating 200 theater-style or up to 150 at rounds, a gallery for 25 theater-style or for 20 at rounds or boardroom style. These areas are housed in a secure, kosher facility providing in-house catering and are available to rent for social, business, commercial, academic, or performances. Meeting rooms begin at $850 for the auditorium and $300 for the gallery. Contact Cheryl Bier at 646-485-7980 or email@example.com.
Sadie Nash Leadership Project has meeting space available in Brooklyn Heights. Approximately 600 square feet, (one small and one very large room, and possible storage); lots of windows facing north and west. Can be used between 9 am and 6 pm, Monday-Friday (except Wednesdays and Thursdays 4-6pm). Ideal for large or small meetings, classes, workshops, retreats, etc. $30/hour, negotiable depending on number of hours. Short or long term use acceptable. Contact Promiti Islam at firstname.lastname@example.org or 718-422-8664.
The Conference Center at The New York Academy of Medicine offers 17,000 square feet of event and conference space located in a landmark building on Fifth Avenue and 103rd Street. Facilities include a recently renovated conference level, a 500 fixed-seat theatre-style auditorium, a wood-paneled board room and several multipurpose function rooms. Events, meetings and receptions can range in size from 20 to 500 persons on weekdays, week nights, weekends and holidays. The Center also offers comprehensive conference and event logistic management including pre-event organization, in-house audiovisual, travel planning and onsite event management. Room rental rates range in price from $300-$5,000, negotiable. Catering is provided by Sterling Affair. Details are at www.nyam.org/services/conference.shtml. Contact Francine Leinhardt at 212-822-7272 or email@example.com.
Cultural Vistas, 440 Park Avenue South (between 29th and 30th streets), has a meeting room available for rent in its newly renovated facility. Equipped with 52” TV and DVD player and internet access. Can accommodate up to 55 people with row seating or up to 22 people board room style ($600 per full day/$300 per half day). It can also be closed in half to hold up to 20 people row style or 12 people board room style ($300 per full day/$150 per half day). Discount available for nonprofits. Only available for rental during normal business hours (9am -5pm), Monday-Friday. Contact Nina Rissmann at 212-497-3531 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mount Manresa Jesuit Retreat House and Conference Center in Staten Island has five conference rooms with seating up to 120 people (wireless internet available). A 30-minute car ride from Manhattan and easily accessible by public transportation, Mount Manresa is a full-catering facility, located on ten-acres of lawns, with flowerbeds, shrines, and gazebo. Manresa offers affordable overnight accommodations for up to 100 people (suggested donation of $55 per night; $102 per person, includes one overnight with three meals). Day retreat/conference packages available, with coffee/cake and lunch for a suggested donation of $34 per person. Call Phyllis Brownfield at 718-727-3844, extension 211, or visit www.mountmanresa.org.
Dancewave has open studio space to rent (43 by 17 feet) in downtown Brooklyn. Seeking long-term rentals. Space is perfect for group meetings, classes, rehearsals and parties. Rental price is $30-45 per hour depending on group size and needs. Daytime slots before 4pm and some evening slots after 7pm are available. (Dancewave classes are primarily after school and Saturdays.) Studio is located one block from the Atlantic Avenue station on Fourth Avenue. Contact Veronica Carnero at 718-522-4696 or email@example.com.
The Kimmel Center at New York University (60 Washington Square South at LaGuardia Place) is a professionally operated event venue providing multiple rooms with full in-house media production services including wireless internet service. Facilities include a 320 seat banquet hall, a 420 seat state of the art auditorium and 19 conference-breakout rooms with seating capacity from 20-150. Rates are $135 to $1,020 per 4-hour block. Catering is provided by Kimmel’s own Top of the Square Catering (www.topofthesquarecatering.com). Room details at www.nyu.edu/kimmel.center/reservable-rooms.html. Contact John H. Reiniers at 212-998-4920 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Study Center, on Fifth Avenue between 13th and 14th Street, has newly renovated conference/meeting space for rent. Ideal for seminars, luncheons, conferences, meetings, talks, or classes. Space is light and airy, professional and has a kitchenette. $60 an hour, minimum 4 hours, negotiable. Call Susan Gerritt at 212-352-0004.
African Services Committee, at 429 West 127th Street between Convent and Amsterdam, has space available to rent on weekends and weekday evenings after 5pm. Rental costs: one hour for $125, half day for $400 and full day for $600, plus a staffing fee of $25 per hour. Pictures at http://africanservices.org/AboutUs_OurStaffAndBoard_EventSpace.htm. Contact Muna Hamouie at 212-222-3882, extension 101 or email@example.com.
The Association for Research and Enlightenment of New York at 241 West 30th Street (near Penn Station) has two meeting rooms for rent. The Meeting/Program Room can hold up to 75 people audience-style; a VHS/DVD player and monitor; can be set up with folding chairs, tables and a whiteboard and lectern with built-in sound system. It rents for $60 per hour, $350 per day. The Classroom, $20 an hour, $150 per day, holds 20 audience-style. Built-in whiteboard and optional DVD/VHS player and lectern. Half-day discounts can be negotiated for both spaces. Both include use of waiting room and warm-up kitchenette. Contact Lynne Miceli at 212-691-7690.
The NYS Podiatric Medical Association at 1255 Fifth Avenue (at 107th Street) has space available in a gracious boardroom accommodating up to 25. Facility features built-in screen for LCD projection and hook-up for your laptop and your projector. (This equipment can also be rented from them.) Nonprofit full day rates range from $200 to $500 depending on organization’s annual operating budget. Additional alcove for food and beverage is complimentary. Catering needs are easily arranged in area restaurants. Contact Jill R. Weiner at 212-996-4388 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Subud New York, at 230 West 29th Street, in Manhattan, seeks nonprofit renters for its two meeting spaces on an occasional or regular basis. The upper hall consists of approximately 4,000 carpeted square feet and accommodates 303 people. It features a small elevated stage and sound system and can be set up with folding chairs and tables. The market rate for this room is $250 per hour, but they are actively looking to collaborate with groups whose ideas and interests dovetail with their own, so there may be some room for discussion and negotiation. A downstairs hall with wooden floors is 1,600 square feet. It comes with a cafe and food service area and is suitable for active groups who may want to serve, snacks or arrange their own catering. The going rate for the lower floor is $175 per hour with food and drink or $150 without. Again, open to some negotiation and give and take. Particularly interested in a regular Wednesday or Thursday evening occupancy. Also have good daytime availability and some weekend time, as well. Visit www.subudchelseacenter.com or email inquiries to email@example.com.
The Family Center offers meeting rooms at 315 West 36 Street, 4th Floor. Rooms accommodate up to 75 people: conference rooms ($75 per hour), board room ($150 per hour) and multipurpose rooms ($100-$175 per hour). State-of-the-art facilities feature full accessibility for persons with disabilities, wireless high-speed internet, access to audiovisual equipment and teleconferencing. Contact Debbie Duggan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-766-4522, extension 165.
The House of the Redeemer (Fabbri Mansion) at 7 East 95th Street has space accommodating up to 100 participants for all types of events, such as meetings, workshops, seminars, and fund raisers. Special rates are offered for nonprofit organizations. Pricing starts at $250 for a small, day meeting and increases, depending on the group size and specific function, to a maximum of $2,250. Catering is available on premises. Contact Judi Counts at 212-289-0399 or email@example.com. Visit www.houseoftheredeemer.org for more information and photos.
The Betty Kapetanakis Memorial Conference Room at the North Star Fund is available for meetings, receptions and workshops. The room accommodates 22 people with board room style table, and up to 75 for open room, receptions and events. Access to a full service pantry, gender-neutral bathroom, TV/ VCR, easel, flip charts, and phones provided. Nonprofit full-day rates range from $50-$300, based on size of group’s annual budget. Current NSF grantees may use the space free-of-charge; past grantees are charged a small fee. Located at 520 8th Avenue (between 36th and 37th streets). Contact North Star Fund at 212-620-9110 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.northstarfund.org/about/our-offices.html.
The Trinity Conference Center, located in West Cornwall, CT, a two hour drive from midtown, exclusively serves nonprofit groups offering an executive level conference facility charging between $98 - $163 per person per night, double occupancy, for the complete meeting plan. Prices include meeting rooms, sleeping rooms, three meals a day, coffee breaks, AV, service charge, and use of all the facilities. Can accommodate 80 persons in 40 rooms. Located on the Housatonic river, a half-mile from a single lane covered bridge in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains. Visit www.trinitywallstreet.org/center or contact Jon Denn at email@example.com or 860-672-1000, extension 260.
Common Ground Community has several event spaces available for rent: The Top of the Times at the Times Square (43rd Street and 8th Avenue) features three landscaped rooftop terraces, a large dining/conference room and a spacious reception area that can accommodate up to 225 guests. The Prince George (28th Street between 5th and Madison avenues) offers a 4,000 square foot fully restored ballroom that can accommodate more than 300 guests. The Prince George Tea Room can accommodate up to 75 guests. Reduced not-for-profit rates and catering menus are available for all three spaces. Check out the spaces at www.princegeorgeballroom.org. To book the Top of the Times contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-659-0879. To book the Prince George spaces contact email@example.com or call 212-471-0882.
University Settlement at the Houston Street Center offers a new, accessible, state-of-the-art facility with an array of rental options, including classrooms, conference rooms, a dance studio, and even the gymnasium or pool, for one-time and ongoing rental. Rooms range in price from $25 an hour and up. The double classroom can accommodate up to 70 people. The Houston Street Center is at 273 Bowery (corner of Houston). Info at www.universitysettlement.org/what/community_use.html or contact Alison Smith at 212-475-5008 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
CEC ArtsLink has a conference room with a seating capacity for 25-30 people to rent for $500 (full day, 9-5) or a minimum of 2 hours for $150. Computer and video projection equipment available. Conference or auditorium setup. Located close to West 4th and Houston streets. Contact Megan Snowe at email@example.com or 212-643-1985 extension 10.
Learning Leaders has space available for conducting trainings or meetings. One room accommodates 25 people ($40 per hour) and a second room accommodates 40 people ($45 per hour). The two rooms can be combined to accommodate 65 people ($50 per hour). Available weekdays between 9am and 5pm. Located in downtown Manhattan on Maiden Lane, convenient to all subway lines. Contact Greg Smith at 646-519-8341 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bailey Farms Retreat and Conference Center, located in Westchester County, 45 minutes north of Manhattan, dedicated to supporting the work of nonprofit groups, offers space for day and evening meetings, as well as affordable accommodations for overnight retreats. The Farm setting is a converted Georgian stable set on 17 rustic acres. Bailey Farms can accommodate up to 30 people for day groups and up to 20 people for overnight or weekend groups. Discounted rates are offered for working nonprofit organizations and fellow NPCC members. Call 914-941-0411 or email email@example.com. Visit on the web at www.baileyfarms.org.
Meeting and conference facilities are available at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center in its recently renovated facility at 208 West 13th Street between 7th and 8th avenues. Spaces range in size from 180 square feet to 2,000 square feet and are multi-purpose, with high ceilings and good daylight. Particularly interested in attracting other nonprofits in need of space for workshops, retreats and similar functions during the day on weekdays. Fees are based on room capacity and range from $15 per hour to $85 per hour. A selection of other equipment (audio-visual, sound amplification, etc.) available at reasonable rates. The Center is open 9am to 11pm, 7 days a week. To obtain a current rate sheet or to inquire about availability, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Actors Theatre Workshop has two rehearsal studios and a theater space ideal for meetings, seminars, conferences, or weekend workshops. Studio I is 22 by 19 feet, maximum occupancy 40. Studio II: 18 by 19, maximum occupancy 30. The Theater is 23 by 40 (20 by 18 stage area). Prices vary according to the event, and range from $20-75 per hour for the studios, and $35-150 per hour for the theater. Can accommodate short-term or long-term rentals. Located at 145 West 28th Street, (3rd floor) between 6th and 7th avenues. Contact Alexandra Brodman at email@example.com or at 212-947-1386.
The New York Junior League, in a historic townhouse at 130 East 80th Street between Lexington and Park avenues, has various rooms for rent for full- or partial-day events. Can accommodate seated luncheons or dinners for 100 guests (2nd floor); 200 guests for a hors doeuvres and cocktail reception. Room rental rates range from $100 to $1,500. Most rooms have a decorative fireplace and large windows. Meals can be arranged for additional costs, as can audio/visual equipment. Contact Tony Lencsak at 212-606-0237 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The YWCA of Brooklyn has event and meeting space available to nonprofits at discounted rates. Nonprofits receive a 50% discount when renting event and meeting space during Monday through 6 pm Friday. Located in Downtown Brooklyn near all transportation; 10 minutes from Lower Manhattan. Spaces range from Memorial Hall, which accommodates 550 to various smaller meeting rooms that accommodate from 40 to 175 people. The discounted prices range from $750 for four hours in Memorial Hall to $37.50 per hour for the smallest board room. Call Gamage Umagiliya at 718-875-1190, extension 207.
The Neighborhood Preservation Center offers two meeting rooms for day, evening, and weekend use. The rooms (when combined accommodate up to 40 people) are available for $20 per hour, per room for all volunteer groups working toward the preservation and improvement of the urban environment and $30 per hour, per room for all other nonprofits. The Center is located in Manhattan's East Village at 232 East 11th Street, between 2nd and 3rd avenues. Call at 212-228-2781 or email email@example.com.
East End Temple, in an historic, newly renovated building is located at 245 East 17th Street, between Second and Third avenues. Classroom and meeting room space available Monday-Friday, 8am until 2pm. Social Hall and classrooms available for evening meetings. Social Hall (with access to kitchen), 90 people maximum is $650 for four hours. Classrooms (6) are $300 for each classroom for four hours. Contact Sharon Shemesh at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-477-6444.
Marble Collegiate Church has a variety of spaces available for rent for full-day or partial day events at 1 West 29th Street. Rooms are available Mondays-Fridays from 8am to 9:30pm and from 8am to 4pm on Saturdays. Room fees include set-up, break-down and cleanup. Spaces include a sanctuary seating 900 for $1,100, a hall seating 200 people for $500, and rooms seating 85 ($250) as well as rooms seating 15 people for $125. Meals can be arranged for additional costs, as can audio/visual equipment. For more information and guidelines, contact Stuart Cole at 212-686-2770, extension 418.
pierStudios seeks a permanent home in Manhattan for its theater school for kids and professional adults; West Village location preferred. Needs 2,000-3,000 square feet; prefer high ceilings. Windows are not necessary. Price range $4-6.00 per square foot. Contact Peggy Lewis at peggylewis@pierStudios.com or 212-243-6638.
Women’s Initiative for Self Employment is looking for office space in Brooklyn or lower Manhattan for at least four people plus room for clients to come and go. Also needs a training room for evening classes twice a week, 3 hours at a time from 6-9pm. Ideally, this space is part of office, but could be separate. Need 3-4 desks; semi private meeting area that will accommodate frequent client meetings for enrollment purposes; private meeting area for face to face consultations; wi-fi ready; secure storage area for confidential client files, office supplies, laptops. Building must be accessible until 8pm or later and must be near major transportation. Contact Liz Hamburg at email@example.com.
Project Youth Exposure seeks donated space, preferably in Manhattan or Downtown Brooklyn, for four people from Monday-Thursday. Contact Charles Fall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
African Communities Together is seeking low-cost sublease or donated office space in West or Central Harlem, ideally near 116th and Frederick Douglass. Looking for space for 1-2 people ASAP, and potentially 3-5 over the longer term. Contact Amaha Kassa at email@example.com or 347-921-2941.
Rebuilding Together NYC is seeking office/raw space in Brooklyn or Queens. The organization is flexible on location but ideally would like to relocate closest to areas affected by Hurricane Sandy. The organization needs space containing at least two private offices with space for five additional work areas with room to grow to ten staff members and requires meeting space (either within the space or shared). Storage and parking are desired but not required. Contact Rob Gallagher at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOW-NYC is looking for a new office space in Manhattan to share space with a similarly-minded nonprofit, ideally a women's rights group. In this new office space, its subtenant would be allotted 1 to 3 offices and cubicle space. Rent would likely be no more than $3,000/month. Contact Brielle Nalence at email@example.com, 212-627-9895.
Health Equity Initiative seeks donated or low cost unfurnished office space in Manhattan, with access to internet, phones, conference rooms and common services. Needs to accommodate 3-4 people. Donated office space for at least 6 months is ideal. Contact Radhika Ramesh at firstname.lastname@example.org or 646-480-7690 extension 2.
Helping Hands for the Disabled is seeking office space in which volunteers can work and clients can be met. Seeking free space, due to a limited budget, but are willing to negotiate. Contact Alice Crespo at 917-696-8115 or 718-606-9712 or email@example.com.
YWAM NY (Youth with a Mission) seeks donated or low cost office space in a Manhattan location for five staff. Contact Matt McLoughlin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 646-389-9261.
St. Paul’s Center, a nonprofit community health center providing psychiatric services to persons suffering from chronic mental illness who are homeless or at risk for homelessness is seeking approximately 1,500 usable square feet at street level or with direct street access for monthly rent of $2,000-$3,000. The space should be in a safe neighborhood, close to public transportation. Need to have or be able to build out a reception/waiting area, a minimum of three private offices, a larger private room that can accommodate 10 people for meetings, and two restrooms. Contact Shari LaPayover at 212-695-3444 or email@example.com.
The Maura Clarke - Ita Ford Center is seeking a long-term lease of 5-8 years for a space to run its programs in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Should be able to accommodate 100-125 participants from 9am-12pm and 60 participants from 12-2pm Monday to Thursday. Ideally the space would be ground floor, contain six classrooms of approximately 25' by 25', office space, restrooms, two ways of egress and an area for storing office supplies and other items. Total space should be about 6,000 to 8,000 square feet. Willing to share space with another agency if there are no schedule conflicts. If two (or more) of the classrooms have collapsible walls that would be a plus. Looking to relocate very soon and stay in Bushwick or the surrounding area to continue serving constituents. Contact Janet Marcic at firstname.lastname@example.org or 718-452-0167.
Global Language Project seeks donated office space for three to four people in Manhattan. Space may be unfurnished, partially furnished, or furnished. Contact Angela Jackson at email@example.com or 646-462-6947.
The Daughters of Isis Foundation, Inc. seeks donated, furnished office space in Brooklyn, with internet access, phones and copy machine for 1-3 people. Contact Simone Williams at isis1995@@netzero.com or 347-731-1721.
Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE) is seeking a medium to long term sublet for office and community gathering spaces in central Harlem. Ideal space would consist of 800 - 1,500 square feet with at least one or two private offices, cubicles or workstations, and a meeting space that can accommodate at least 25. Space and bathrooms must be ADA-compliant and senior-friendly. Looking to relocate immediately. Contact Alan Francisco-Tipgos at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-741-2247, extension 222.
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