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The Garment District (also referred to as:  the Garment Center, Fashion District and Fashion Center) helps make up the borough of Manhattan, New York.   The Garment District is very small in size covering about one square mile in area.

Office Space Rates

Leasing office space in the Garment District is appropriate for both large and small businesses.  Large businesses can lease Garment District office space by way of high rise commercial buildings, Class A offices and Class B offices.  Small office space in the Garment District can be leased for around $400 per month.  Options for small Garment District office space includes executive office suites, temporary office space, shared space offices, virtual offices, furnished suites and multi tenant offices.  Small businesses prefer shared space offices because amenities such as copy machines, fax machines, conference/meeting rooms and receptionist services are often times shared among tenants.  Sharing amenities lowers overhead costs for small firms such as advertising agencies, fashion designers and financial consultants.  Rental rate prices for office space in the Garment District can vary on whether or not there is a flexible lease agreement and other factors.  Garment District office space prices may also differ depending on office square foot size, office floor layout and lease terms.  Officespaceheaven.com is an expert provider that can answer all office space leasing questions.   We have listings for office space in the Garment District (zip codes: 10018 10020 10036).  Our free service will help you find the right type of Garment District office space that your company needs.  For more listings in nearby areas such as Chelsea, the Financial District and Midtown Manhattan please visit our webpage. 

Airport/Transportation

People taking flights out of the city have a few options to choose from however the two most popular choices seem to be La Guardia International and JFK International Airport.  The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has an extensive amount of subway stops in the Garment District and the rest of Manhattan, NY.  5th Ave., 9th Ave., 34th St. and 42nd St. are some of the main streets slicing through the Garment District