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.
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Children's Rights, located on Seventh Avenue at West 29th Street, has several interior offices and cubicles available. The offices are approximately 80 square feet and include furniture and are available for $850/month. The cubicles, available at $500/month, have three-sided built in work surfaces and storage. Utilities and cleaning are included as is access to pantry and reception area. Contact Sally Weissman at 212-683-2210 ext. 321 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
American India Foundation is seeking a nonprofit partner to share office space in its East Midtown Manhattan location at 45th Street, between Second and Third avenues. Two offices (approximately 160 square feet each) and two cubicles (approximately 35 square feet each) are available with furniture, IP phones and internet connections, a shared kitchen and access to a large conference room. The building has a 24-hour security guard at the front desk. $3,600 per month. Contact Nandini Ansari at email@example.com or call 646-530-8977.
Team Continuum has a desk available in its Midtown office that includes internet, telephone and utilities. Building is open 24/7 hours, with excellent security and great access to transportation; Times Square subway station is below. Access to shared kitchen, including soda and snack vending machines, and refrigerator. Conference rooms are also available for an additional charge. Available through October 1. $575 per month, all inclusive (except for conference room), plus one month security and last month's rent. Contact Lisa Berger at firstname.lastname@example.org or 646-569-5621.
Demos, across from Madison Square Park, has available one open work station that is roughly five feet in length for $600/month on the 9th floor. The space is available immediately and includes high-speed internet and phone connection, utilities, and ADA bathroom. Contact Han Zhang at email@example.com.
The Little Orchestra Society has 5,643 square feet available for sublease to divide and share in a landmark building on 42nd Street and 8th Avenue. Full service building, 24-hour security, some built-in fixtures, central A/C, and daily cleaning service. $45/square foot, plus 3% annual escalation and real estate tax increases. Available immediately, lease ending November 30, 2018. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-971-9500 ext. 110.
The Women’s Forum of New York, on 54th Street between Park and Madison, is looking for a subleasor for one private office of approximately 130 square feet. $2,000/month rent would include utilities, internet, real estate taxes and cleaning services. The suite was fully renovated last November, has a new bathroom and kitchenette, and is sunny and light. Can supply furnished or not. The reception area and an additional small meeting room would be available to the tenant. Offering a one year lease with the option of longer renewal. Available for immediate move in, pending approval by building management. Contact Kelsey Olwell at email@example.com or 212-447-9107.
Our Lady of Grace RC Church in Gravesend Brooklyn, located near Ocean Parkway and Avenue W has a three story multi-room building for rent. The building needs to be completely renovated by potential organization and lease would be negotiated with Our Lady of Grace RC Church so that costs of renovation would be covered by rent-free contract for a period of set years. Contact Vincent Chirichella at 718-627-2020.
Streetwise and Safe, on 24th Street between 6th and 7th avenues in Chelsea, has an office or treatment and therapy practitioner space (about 12 by 10.5 feet) with three medium-sized windows for rent, available March 1. Elevator access directly into main office space. Hardwood floors; kitchenette with shared refrigerator. Ideal for space share with other practitioners as well (acupuncturist, psychotherapist, nutritionist, midwifes, massage therapists, etc.) $1,500 per month plus shared utilities. Contact Casey Johanna at 212-929-0562 or email firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred).
Malaria No More, on Park Avenue South between 29th & 30th streets, has one private window office available facing east on Park Avenue at $1,250 per month. The lease can be available on a month to month basis through November 2015. The office space is set up for one person and is furnished with a new desk. Rental includes the use of small meeting space/conference room, shared kitchen and shared reception area. Rent includes utilities, central A/C, internet access, daily cleaning service, doorman building. Phone accessible, copier, fax, scanner usage for an additional charge. Contact Irene.Newman@malarianomore.org or 646-884-7423.
Literacy Partners has up to 15 workstations available for $500-$600/month each in its downtown Brooklyn location. The office is brand new with big windows and tons of natural light. Workstations come with shared use of kitchen, conference room, and lounge seating area. Co-tenants can also access WiFi, copying and printing, and IT support on a pro-rated, at-cost basis. Contact Fernando Romero at email@example.com.
Women's eNews has office space available in downtown Manhattan between Broadway and Church, two blocks from City Hall Park and eight subways. Light filled space with three work stations, space includes work tables, ergonomic chairs, four under-desk file cabinets and two closets with shelves. In an 2008 elevator building, the space is handicapped accessible and includes access to small kitchen, use of meeting room with seating up to 50, wheel-chair accessible restroom and a friendly bunch of roommates. Space very private at end of hallway. Rent: $1,850 per month for 1 year lease; $2,000 per month for shorter time periods. Contact Angie Alvarado at 212-244-1720 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Global Security Institute has a large office available (furnished and with window; ideal for a nonprofit focused on issues relevant to the United Nations work) at 866 United Nations Plaza, across the street from the UN Headquarters. The rent is $2,250 per month plus a share of common office expenses. One year sublease with renewal possible. Occupancy January 1 or sooner if needed. Contact Aviva Kushner at email@example.com or 646-289-5170.
Literacy Partners seeks to sublease 8,000 square feet of space for $35/psf at 30 East 33rd Street. The full floor sublet features a bright and welcoming entryway enclosed in glass, 20 cubicle work stations, eight private offices or small conference rooms, one large conference room with moveable dividing walls, kitchen, and ample storage. Option to lease smaller spaces of 1,500-3,000 square feet may also be available. Contact Fernando Romero at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thoreau Center for Sustainability NY will have a 7,280 RSF suite, priced $50/RSF available August 2015. The space is currently outfitted with three large training rooms and a space for an office and workstations. Spaces include use of two shared pantries and three shared conference rooms. Internet and phone service packages also available. Contact Alice Wagner at 212-509-1054 or email@example.com.
Dancing Classrooms has 3,000 square feet of space available for immediate occupancy at 31st Street between 5th and 6th avenues. Open loft setting with large conference room, abundance of natural light and hardwood floors. $47 per square foot. Contact Abel Cantillo at 212-244-9442 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The New York Taxi Workers Alliance has three office spaces for rent in their new facilities in Long Island City, Queens: a 232 square foot office space for $1,500/month; a 216 square foot office for $2,000/month; and a 445 square foot office for $7,000/month. Contact Marco Castillo at 718-706-9892 or email@example.com.
International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) has a commercial sublease available in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn for $10,250 per month: 4,100 square feet of office or studio space, including a bathroom and kitchen starting January 1, 2015 with the potential to rent through 2020. The space is divided into 10 well-lit pristine and furnished studios and a common space with exposed brick and high ceilings. Prefer a creative industry or nonprofit organization. ISCP will maintain the space and tenant will be pay costs in addition to rent for taxes, wi-fi, utilities, trash, insurance, maintenance and administration estimated at $2,000 per month. Contact 718-387-2900 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chabad of Midtown at 509 Fifth Avenue has multiple full-floor combinations available (5,350 square foot full floor identity), column-free, 11'3 ceilings, near Grand Central and Bryant Park. Asking $55 per square foot. Contact Mendy Weisz at 212-972-0770 or info@ChabadMidtown.com.
Youth Represent has a fully-furnished office available for lease. Lease price includes shared use of conference room, FIOS internet service, janitorial service, and access to kitchen with fridge, sink and microwave. Phones service is available for an extra monthly charge. Offices are on the 15th floor of 11 Park Place, near the 2/3, A/C/E, 4/5, R and PATH trains—half a block from City Hall and walking distance from all Manhattan courts. The office measures 7’ x 10’ and includes a window, desk, chair, and filing cabinet and is available for $950 per month (negotiable). Contact Alison Wilkey at email@example.com.
MADRE, Inc. at 121 West 27th Street, Manhattan, is looking to sublease its 2,099 square foot office space. Asking $ 4,500 a month plus utilities until March 31, 2015. Security will be two month’s rent in the amount of $ 9,000. The office is located on the third floor and is stair, elevator and service elevator accessible. Entrance is separate from MADRE office. The space includes three small offices and one large conference space. Electricity, heating and AC included; bathroom is separate. Contact Alexandra Pollock at 212-627-0444 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Global Business Institute is seeking a school/nonprofit/community facility group for its 30,000 square foot space in East Harlem. The space is a fully built out school at 125th Street and Lexington Avenue in an elevator office building with easy access to Metro North and the 4/5/6 subway lines. The space is close to subways, buses, shopping and restaurants. The space could be moved into immediately. It is currently built out in a mix of open areas, private offices and conference/classrooms. The asking rent is $33 per square foot per year, plus utilities. Contact Josh Kaufman of New Street Realty at 212-644-5015 or email@example.com.
FEGS has up to 15,000 rentable square feet available on the entire second floor of 424 East 147th Street, Bronx, NY. The space is located in a modern elevator office building with an attended lobby in the Hub neighborhood of the Bronx. The space is close to subways, buses, shopping and restaurants. It is currently built out in a mix of open areas, private offices and conference/classrooms. The asking rent is $24 per square foot per year plus utilities. Contact Lee Allen of Arc Advisors at 212-447-1576 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Right To The City Alliance has office space available for subtenants in its Times Square/Bryant Park office building (see http://jaysuites.com/nyc-office-space-times-square).The space is approximately 220 square feet and can nicely accommodate four desks, including filing cabinets. Asking $1,500/month, but willing to negotiate to meet your budget. Lease is through July 2015, then can be re-negotiated; short-term options negotiable. Building amenities include professional receptionist to answer phone calls and providing administrative assistance, wifi and shared HD Konica Minolta color printer/fax/copier/scanner with monthly printing allotment. Offices furnished with desks, chairs and filing space, pre-wired for high-speed internet and VoIP telephones. Three conference rooms available with video and teleconferencing capability. Break room with sitting area and Apple iMac stations. All amenities standard with lease are passed on to subtenants. Map of location: http://bit.ly/RTCoffice_space. Email email@example.com.
Center for Community Change at 5030 Broadway between 213th and 214th streets is looking to share its 8th floor corner open floor plan office with beautiful views of the Harlem River and West Bronx, close to the 1 and A trains. Asking $1,250 a month for use of two desks or $650/month for one. Minimum of six month commitment. Small nonprofits with fragile budgets may negotiate down. Internal space is furnished and colorfully decorated. Bathrooms and kitchen space are common areas on the same floor and are not internal to office space. Prefer to share space with an organization engaged in economic justice related program but are open to other progressive or artistic enterprises. Office is used 2 1/2 days a week on average allowing for significant private use of the space. Contact Mary Dailey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Michael's Church, West 99th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam, has approximately 1,100 square feet of office space available as of July 1, 2014. Located below ground level on the church campus, the space has a separate entrance and separate bathroom. The offices have just been completely renovated, with new windows, lighting fixtures, carpets, and plumbing fixtures. Renter must be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. $3,500 per month. Call Galina Koubassova or Richard storm at 212-222-2700 or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Workmen’s Circle has a separate, dedicated wing of its office with high ceilings and natural light that can accommodate up to eight people at West 38th and 8th Avenue. Two windowed 14x13 foot furnished offices (seating two people each currently) and four large workstations with access to natural light through glass walls. Use of large conference rooms/classrooms, eat-in kitchen, reception area. Plenty of storage: twenty 36” drawers, bookshelves, usual desk storage with two overheads at each work station. Electricity, heating, A/C, office cleaning, rubbish removal, RE taxes, water/sprinkler charges, security system, telephones all included. Internet connectivity, telephone usage, multi-function copier, postage machine available (charges will apply). $5,800/month (negotiable) with two month security deposit required. Contact email@example.com or 212-880-6800 ext. 810.
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Study Center has a newly renovated suite available to rent for private therapy practice at its Fifth Avenue location near 14th Street. Doorman building, open 24/7, with wifi, waiting rooms, and windows. Currently available Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays as well as weekends, $350 per month. Contact Susan Gerritt at 212-352-0004 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Centre for Social Innovation has private, shared and open office space available for lease to nonprofit organizations with one to six staff. The Centre is a shared workspace for nonprofit and social entrepreneurs, with more than 150 diverse members. 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. Visit http://socialinnovation.org or contact Eli Malinsky at 646-627-1544 or email@example.com.
Susan G. Komen Greater New York City has space available as of July 2014 in its newly-renovated Midtown office space on 7th Avenue close to Penn Station and Port Authority. Three fully-furnished offices available, access to private entrance. Price includes access to copier, kitchen, cleaning services, CISCO IP phones and conference room usage. $4,000 per month (no access to conference room) or $5,000 per month (with access to conference room). 12-18 months term (negotiable). Full service building; 24-hour access; acess to high speed internet; office telephones CISCO IP; passcode copier; kitchen access. If interested and to view pictures, contact Jacqueline Sam at 212-461-6181 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
American Group Psychotherapy Association’s administrative offices, located in the Flatiron/Gramercy area, has private furnished windowed offices and/or cubicle space available for rent. Monthly rent ranges from $1,400 to $2,600 depending on the space required. Rent includes electricity, internet access, cleaning service, shared kitchen and shared reception area. Space is available immediately. Contact AGPA at 212-477-2677 or email@example.com.
Alianza Dominicana Inc. has a 2,235 rentable square foot space in Washington Heights for $37/psf on a modified gross basis. Can potentially reduce the amount of space if necessary; would likely be open to covering the utilities for a nonprofit. It will be furnished with practically new furniture for five offices. New construction, Class A office/community building across from Columbia Presbyterian Hospital; on the A & C trains. Full time super and security guard. See additional information at http://www.loopnet.com/lid/18593832. Contact Jeff Monge with Monge Capital Group at 212-742-0808 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chhaya CDC has available three workstations in its office located on 77th Street in Jackson Heights, Queens, only a few blocks from the E/F/R/M and Q trains. The workstations are on the 3rd floor for $500/month for each station. Heat, A/C, cleaning, internet access, copying, faxing, and mailbox are included. Contact Sultana Parvin at 718-478-3848, extension 11 or email@example.com.
Broadway Housing Communities is seeking a tenant to rent 4,000+ square feet of ground floor space at its new building, The Sugar Hill, at West 155th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue. The space has its own street-level entrance and 45 feet of floor-to-ceiling storefront windows on West 155th Street. The site is across the street from the West 155th Street C train station, close to the Bx6, M2, M3, M100 and M101 buses and a few blocks from A and D express trains, and B and 1 local trains. It is conveniently located near the Macombs Dam Bridge leading to the Bronx. The space is zoned for community facility use, which includes but is not limited to nonprofit, educational, and medical uses. Asking rent of $35/square foot negotiable depending on build-out of new space. For more information go to www.bhc.org/space, or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 718-705-4202.
Trinity Lower East Side Lutheran Parish/Trinity’s Services and Food for the Homeless, Inc. has a three hundred square foot room available for rent on Tompkin’s Square Park in the heart of the East Village. Space has own private entrance. Handicap accessible. Housed on first floor along with Church’s Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry program. $1,500 a month. Contact Phil Trzynka at 212-228-5254 ext. 11 or email@example.com.
St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Manhattanville, 521 West 126th Street, has office space with adjacent public space available October 1, 2013. The office area is approximately 800 square feet. The public access area of approximately 1,900 square feet is available during the day. It is appropriate for small or medium sized groups. In addition, there are three single user bathrooms, a separate shower, and a warming kitchen with a commercial grade stove. The space has its own door. It is located below the street level, but has window wells that provide natural light. There is a chair lift to enable access to the space. $3,500 per month. Contact Thomas Pellaton at 212-864-4013 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full Circle Life Enrichment Center on Tremont Avenue in the Morris Park area of the Bronx has large offices and an additional adjoining conference/workshop space to share with another organization: two offices, fully furnished, wifi and internet available, waiting room and administrative reception area also available with package. Over 1,800 shared square footage. Can be rented with furniture. Monthly rent is $1,800. Contact Darcel at email@example.com or 914-906-4757 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Soliya, Inc. has three workstations in open area for $550/month per station (or all three stations for $1575) in its Midtown East, (one block from Bryant Park) space shared with two nonprofit organizations. Ideal tenant would be able to occupy all three stations, but will rent the stations individually. Each station measures 24” by 64” and has both ethernet and high speed wifi connection. Optional cloud-based phone line available. Shared kitchen and eating area. With advanced approval, limited access to the conference room can be arranged for presentations with AV equipment. Wi-Fi is available throughout the office; utilities and internet are included in the monthly rent. Tenant must provide property insurance as per landlord request. Contact Sarah at email@example.com or call 718-701-5855, ext. 111.
National Economic and Social Rights Initiative has six 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 $2,200 per month. Contact Fatima Baba at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
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.
The National Urban Technology Center, at 80 Maiden Lane in lower Manhattan, has an 8’ by 12’ furnished windowed office with desk, two chairs, and storage cabinets available for $1,000 per month. Full service, 24-hour attended building two blocks from the Fulton Street subway complex and 4 blocks from the WTC PATH station. Includes the services of a receptionist, use of the common reception area, conference room (20’ x 11’), kitchen/lunch room, the wired T1 and a wi-fi access point. Access to an on-line Xerox 7755 color copier/finisher is also available. Electricity, cleaning, and waste removal are included. Space is available with a standard one year sublease. Contact Tom Bransford at 212-528-7350 or email@example.com.
Academy of Medical & Public Health Services in Sunset Park, Brooklyn has an entire fully furnished office space available for $1,250 per month or indivudal conference rooms for $200 per day. Included is a walk-in lobby, a second full reception hall, conference room with A/V seating eight and expandable up to 20; two individual work rooms with private workstations and cubicles. Additional amenities include a full pantry and private bathroom with flowers and scented candles. In addition, all rooms are fully furnished with mahogany single-pedestal desks, padded office chairs, etc. Contact Hewett Chiu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Meeting Space Available (alphabetical order; updated 2/10/15)
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or at 212-947-1386.
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.
Anne Frank Center USA located in Tribeca at 44 Park Place (Park and Church) has presentation/classroom space available for forums, classes and private events that can can accommodate up to 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. Catering can be brought in by the renter. A small kitchen is available and subway entrance is outside street level door. Event/gallery space rentals are $400 per usage (a day). Contact Caitlin White at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-431-7993.
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 email@example.com.
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 70 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 $75 per hour, $400 per day. The Classroom, $30 an hour, $180 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 Lucas Boladian at 917-885-0221 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Betty Kapetanakis Memorial Conference Room at North Star Fund is available for meetings, receptions, and workshops. The room accommodates 20 people seated with board room style table, or up to 70 for open room, receptions, and events. Access to a full service pantry, gender-neutral bathroom, TV/ VCR, easel, flip charts, and speaker phone 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 email@example.com or visit www.northstarfund.org/about/our-offices.html.
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. More information is at www.bnaizion.org/auditorium.php. Contact Cheryl Bier at 646-485-7980 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Broadway Housing Communities’ Rooftop Patio Event Space provides a regular meeting space for civic groups and other community-based agencies’ conferences, retreats, workshops, board meetings and all types of events. Located on the penthouse level of Broadway Housing Communities’ Dorothy Day Apartments, the rooftop space is surrounded by landscaped terraces; an unobstructed view of the Hudson River and George Washington Bridge are additional attractions at the rooftop patio event space. Open 7 days a week from 9am-10pm. Pricing is in 4-hour increments averaging around $1,000 per block. Full days and nonprofit pricing are negotiable. Contact Mario Mattesich at 212-568-2030 ext. 212 or 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 $15/hour. For details, visit www.crsny.org, call 212-677-8621 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Centre for Social Innovation at 601 West 26th Street has meeting spaces available including small meeting rooms for 2-4 people at $20/hour; a medium room for 6-8 people at $30/hour, available Monday-Friday, 8am-7pm; classrooms for up to 20 people at $50/hour and up to 80 people at $135/hour; and, an event space for 100-250 people for $3,000 for Monday to Thursday evenings; $4,000 for Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. More information is at http://nyc.socialinnovation.org/meeting-and-event-spaces.
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.
East End Temple, in an historic, newly renovated building at 245 East 17th Street between Second and Third avenues, has 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 $850 for five hours. Classrooms (6) are $300 for each classroom for five hours. Contact Sharon Shemesh at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-477-6444.
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, along with day rates. Email email@example.com or call Michael Cohen at 212-925-2009, extension 203. View the rooms at www.friendsindeed.org/rentals.
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 fundraisers. Special rates for nonprofit organizations range from $560-$3,500 depending on the group size and specific function. Catering is available on premises. Contact Judi Counts at 212-289-0399 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit www.houseoftheredeemer.org for more information and photos.
Houston Street Center has an array of rental options, including classrooms, conference rooms, a dance studio, and even the gymnasium or pool, for one-time and ongoing rental in University Settlement’s new, accessible, state-of-the-art facility open seven days a week at the corner of Houston and Bowery. Nonprofit rates begin at $46/hour for a 25-person capacity meeting room. View space options at http://hsc.universitysettlement.org/hsc/space or contact Alison Smith at 212-475-5008 or email@example.com.
IHI Therapy Center has therapy offices and a conference room available for rental on weekends. Offices (120-200 sq. ft.) are available for $22/hour and Conference room (375 sq. ft.) is available for $35/hour. Can accommodate short-term or long-term rentals. Located at 322 8th Avenue, suite 802 (entrance on 26th Street). Contact Nik Donia at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 212-243-2830.
Kimmel Center at New York University (60 Washington Square South at LaGuardia Place) is available for 501(c)(3) nonprofit organized events. Facilities include a 300-seat banquet hall, a 400-seat state of the art auditorium and 19 conference-breakout rooms with seating capacity from 20-150. Rates are $165 to $1,240 per 4-hour block (not including AV/media and catering). Also available is full in-house media production services including wireless internet service. Catering is provided by Kimmel’s own Top of the Square Catering (www.topofthesquarecatering.com). More details and an inquiry form are at www.nyu.edu/community/conference-event-services.html. Contact John H. Reiniers at 212-998-4920 or email@example.com.
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, and 10am-8pm Saturday and Sunday. Rates range from $45-75/hr depending on frequency of usage and size of room. Contact Nadira Persaud at firstname.lastname@example.org or 718-407-6377.
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.
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.
Neighborhood Preservation Center offers two meeting rooms for day, evening, and weekend use. The rooms (when combined accommodate up to 35 people) are available for $24 per hour, per room for all volunteer groups working toward the preservation and improvement of the urban environment and $36 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 212-228-2781 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, go to www.neighborhoodpreservationcenter.org/meetRms.htm.
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.
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 $325 per hour. View spaces at www.opencenter.org/space-rentals. Contact Stephen Puibello at 212-219-2527, extension 167 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
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 Michael R. Borden at 212-996-4388 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.
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.
Theaterlab, on 36th Street between 8th and 9th avenues, has multiple spaces for meetings of any size. Rates range from $25-$125 per hour depending on amount of people, room preferred and time. Call 212-929-2545 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Pictures are at http://www.theaterlabnyc.com/spaces.
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 Rolanda Telesford at 718-875-1190, extension 214.
HOD Society is looking for donated office space: two or three small rooms in close proximity to one another or one large room for four employees. We are able to bring our own furniture and can pay the utilities and real estate tax; do not need IT services. Contact Julie at email@example.com or at 212-213-5087.
YAI seeks to lease 5,000 to 10,000 square feet of space in Brooklyn for day training for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Must be ADA/wheelchair accessible with van drop-off. Classroom/training rooms preferred with some offices or willing to renovate to classrooms and offices. Program hours typically Monday to Friday, 8am to 3pm. Regular office occupancy C of O. Contact Sandy Speiser at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-273-6179.
Green Map System seeks 300-600 square feet on the Lower East Side (or nearby). Need to move by June and can do some work on a raw space, and contribute to the greening of a building. Three of their subletters are also seeking space, so if you have a bigger space, we can potentially work together. Contact Wendy Brawer at email@example.com or 212-674-1631 (see us online at http://GreenMap.org and http://GreenMapNYC.org).
International Academy of Consciousness seeks office space of 275-600 actual square feet (roughly 450-750 rentable) for use in evenings and on weekends for scientific research and wellness/spirituality workshops. Low foot traffic. Budget is $1,400-$1,850/month. Must be in quiet location with good subway access in Manhattan. Needs space as soon as possible. Willing to join another nonprofit to share a larger space. Will consider short term leases. If you have a conference room only, available for rent on evenings and weekends, we will also consider this arrangement. Contact Gabriel at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 212-867-0807.
The TJ Martell Foundation is seeking 1,000–1,700 square feet of office space in midtown Manhattan, ideally donated or discounted rent. Contact Teresa Gaudio at 646-841-1394 or email@example.com.
Adrenal Foundation seeks donated office space for two to three people in Manhattan, Brooklyn or Queens, preferably with internet access and/or possibly phones and copy machines. Space may be unfurnished, partially furnished or furnished. Contact Ma Kushner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Victorian Hands Foundation seeks donated office space in Brooklyn or Manhattan with a small workstation (with internet access) for 1-2 volunteers and occasional access to a conference room. Contact Nadia Campbell-Mitchell at email@example.com.
Urban Utopia Wildlife Rehabilitation seeks an animal-friendly room or other space to rent from September-November 2015 to house and care for small mammals (mostly baby and juvenile squirrels). We are licensed and insured and follow all state and federal laws pertaining to wildlife rehabilitation. Location is flexible as long as it is accessible by public transportation. Budget is up to $1,200/month. Contact Adair Moran at firstname.lastname@example.org or 646-481-6259.
Hands That Make A Difference is seeking a donated space preferably in the northeast Bronx, but is open to relocate to the south Bronx for a program serving homeless youth and their families. The ideal space should have two means of egress and a place where they can take a shower. The space should be close to public transportation, have a private office for counseling, as well as be able to have a lounge area, plus an area for a refrigerator and three computers. Hours of operation would be Monday-Friday 12-8pm and Saturday 12-6pm. Contact Lisa Fields-Linnen at email@example.com or 917-702-9190 or 646-339-5341.
The Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization is looking for a 1,200 square feet (give or take) warehouse space to store medical aid donations. Ideally the space would be donated or very inexpensive and hopefully on a ground level (or has elevator access for higher floors). Contact Ana Maria Cardenas at 212-926-5757 ext. 408 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
New York Encounter seeks unfurnished or furnished office space for two people in midtown Manhattan with access to internet, phone, meeting and storage space. Budget up to $1,000 per month; negotiable if space is really interesting. Contact Olivetta at email@example.com or 646-571-2341.
The Institute for Immigrant Concerns seeks a Chelsea office space. The space must be furnished, able to accommodate five desktop computers, include internet access and be comfortable for a staff of five. Preference for a private office arrangement to meet with clients and safely store sensitive information. Ideally this space would be available as soon as possible with an approximate monthly rent of $400. Contact Donna Kelsh at 917-523-9900 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers of Legal Service seeks 3,000-5,000 square feet of office space for its 10-person team, ideally in Manhattan between Midtown and the Financial District. Contact Bill Lienhard at email@example.com or 347-521-5717.
ARDIETY Inc. seeks donated, furnished office space in Manhattan with at least one private office or meeting space, internet access, phones and a copy machine for three people. Needed ASAP. Contact Laura Cusack at Laura@ardiety.org or 475-529-9139.
Business & Human Rights Resource Centre seeks office space, ideally in midtown Manhattan but could be downtown or elsewhere, for a four-person team. Open to desk lease agreement or long-term sublet of office space, but need: 1-2 private offices, access to copier, internet, phone system, kitchen and, ideally, shared conference room. Furnished or unfurnished. Preference for sharing space with other human rights/social justice groups. Budget around $2,000/month. Contact Gregory Tzeutschler Regaignon at 212-564-9160 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Metropolitan Family Services seeks 1,200 to 2,000 square feet of office space to house its central office in Brooklyn. Looking for 5-10 year lease. Space should be internet or cable ready; have five offices and a conference room. Building should be barrier free and accessible 8am to 8pm. Contact Lisa at 917-364-3148 or email email@example.com.
The American Farm School seeks shared or private office space for its two-person fundraising staff, preferably in midtown within walking distance to Penn Station. The space can be furnished or not; and should have two work stations. Ideally it will have a door that locks, but that is negotiable. Contact Seth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beam Center seeks space starting no later than January 2015. 2,500-4,000 square feet needed to accommodate workshops, classrooms and offices. Brooklyn location preferred. Budget $18-$25 per square foot per year. Contact Brian Cohen at email@example.com.
The Art of Problem Solving Foundation is seeking office space beginning in September 2014. Looking for space to accommodate three people, with the exact layout flexible. The space should allow students/families to occasionally come up for office hours, and it should be accessible to people from the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Manhattan (so mid- or lower-Manhattan would be best). Ideally, it would also have spaces that could be used evenings or weekends to hold events for students, such as math contests or high school/college information sessions. Contact Dan Zaharopol at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3 Day Startup NYC seeks donated space in Manhattan from April 25-27 to host its entrepreneurial program teaching 40 students how to launch a tech company in 54 hours. Needs tables and chairs, access to the building, and use of bathrooms. Contact Desiree Frieson at email@example.com or 718-598-5294.
El Taller Latino Americano is seeking around 4,000 square feet for its classes for adults and children, art gallery, and musical events. Must include space for three classrooms (up to 12 students), art gallery space, musical event performance space and small office space, but not necessarily in the same location. Ideally, would prefer space in upper Manhattan, but will consider any Manhattan space convenient to subways. Space needed by October 2014. Contact Dena Fisher at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-665-9460.
World Bible Project, Inc. is seeking office space for 2–3 people, in addition to conference room access for small training classes and/or meetings. Access to storage room is a plus. Preference in sharing space with church or faith-based organization in Queens or Brooklyn. Budget $200.00 per month, however rent is negotiable. Contact Miguel Jackson at email@example.com or 646-334-2239.
Rise is seeking office space for 3-6 people, plus occasional small groups. Seeking a room that can accommodate six writers, or two cubicles with access to a small conference room three mornings per week and occasional photocopier use. Budget is about $5,000/year. Contact Nora McCarthy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 646-543-7099.
Haiti Development Project, Inc. seeks a donated, furnished or partially furnished office space in Manhattan or downtown Brooklyn, with internet access, and/or possibly phones and copy machines for two to three people. Contact Nio Prudent at email@example.com or 917-440-6896.
Peer Health Exchange is looking for office space around of 1,400 square feet for under $5,000/month, ideally located in midtown or downtown Manhattan. Contact Elizabeth Brand at 212-735-2883 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Resilience Advocacy Project is seeking Manhattan office space (preferably downtown or midtown), for seven staff members. Preferably a combination of office and cubicle space, with a large meeting room space. Completely open to sharing the space with another nonprofit or company. Approximate rent: $3,900/month. January 31, 2014 move-in date. Contact Brooke Richie-Babbage at email@example.com.
Leake & Watts is seeking 8,000-12,000 square feet in Manhattan, preferrably uptown. Space must be ADA compliant and must be below the third floor. Contact Joshua D. Kaufman at 212-644-5015 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leake & Watts seeks space in Manhattan, ideally above 96th Street for a program serving teens and their families. Needs approximately 700 square feet of space that would accommodate two offices and an open area for six to twelve months. Contact Belinda Conway at 914-375-8708.
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.
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 email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org, 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 email@example.com or 646-480-7690 extension 2.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 646-462-6947.
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