Find flexible office space for lease in New York City
Two Trees offers spaces for creative companies that are on their way, with flexible floorplans and leases. Find your next office space in DUMBO or NYC at one of our four commercial spaces in historic landmark buildings. Fully customizable open floor plans mean that each office space can be as unique as your company and can meet your individual needs.
Nestled on the waterfront between two iconic bridges and offering some of the best views in the entire city, DUMBO is one of NYC’s most sought after neighborhoods with a rich history and lively art and tech scene.DUMBO availabilities
Fully customizable commercial working spaces for teams of 5 to 100+ in one of DUMBO’s most iconic buildings. Whether you’re at a well-established company or managing a small start-up, the decision to find a new office is huge. Thankfully, we get that.
Steps from the Brooklyn Bridge, in the heart of DUMBO, 45 Main’s private and co-working spaces inspire ideas and growth. With skyline views and less than a minute’s walk from the river, the feeling is one that’s hard to come by in NYC. (You can even commute by boat via the East River Ferry.)
The day has arrived: Your company needs its own space and a permanent address (no more coffee shop, co-working cubicle, or shared-desk shuffling). It’s this moment you might be realizing you want a lease that will support your growth, and a neighborhood that is full of professionals like yourself. In other words, not midtown Manhattan. DUMBO’s 20 Jay Street offers a variety of office spaces apart from the chaos of midtown, but in the thick of a creative energy fostered by tenants like Mustache, Heard City, Big Duck, Quidd, Aden & Anais, and Red Antler.
The historic Flatiron District is a diverse and bustling NYC neighborhood globally acclaimed for its renowned culinary culture, dynamic mix of retail, roaring fitness scene, and buzzing tech community. Some of the world’s most viral and established companies chose to position their office here, in beaux-art and cast iron buildings alongside the lush Madison Square Park. A growing residential population adds yet another layer of vibrancy to the area, and although you don’t ever have to leave, a range of public transportation options makes coming and going easy.Flatiron availabilities
In the heart of the Flatiron District is 50 W 23rd, an almost century-old building that’s been fully modernized and luxuriously renovated.