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327 W 14th St

Flatiron, New York, NY
Total Size
9,000 sqft
Lot Size
3,163 sqft
Year Constructed
Year Renovated
Number of Buildings

About 327 W 14th St

Rising 5 stories above the street, this commercial building is located in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, New York at 327 West 14th Street. There are approximately 9,000 square feet of rentable office space and residential space within the structure, which was built in 1900.

Accessed by a separate entrance, the ground floor of 327 West 14th Street is dedicated to open retail space. There are his and hers bathrooms in the unit, as well as a HVAC system. Commercial tenants have access to a spacious basement for storage.

A multi-pane glass door leads to the residential entrance of 327 West 14th Street. On the upper 4 stories of the building, operable windows allow tenants to enjoy fresh air without leaving. As a bonus, the second floor also boasts several Juliet balconies.

This property is set in a very convenient location within the Meatpacking district. As such, tenants of 327 West 14th Street are within walking distance of a variety of businesses, churches and conveniences. Public transportation options are bountiful, with options including the A, C, E and L.

Details over the windows, jutting windowsills, thick trim above the first and second floors and an ornate cornice give the exterior of 327 West 14th Street an eye-catching appearance.

Companies at 327 W 14th St

Notre Dame School School

Internet Providers for 327 W 14th St

Provider Technology Max Download Speed Max Upload Speed
Verizon New York Fiber
1 Gb/s
25 Mb/s
Time Warner Cable Cable
100 Mb/s
6 Mb/s
MegaPath DSL
50 Mb/s
50 Mb/s

The Market: New York City

On average, listings lease in the $60's per square foot per year. The New York City submarket is seeing a decline in rates. In the last 3 months, the median rate fell $4 per sqft per year. That's a 6% decline in rent.

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