New York City is hardly lacking in office space, even luxury space. But a new project, Zero Irving, is expected to bring even more amenities to those seeking a great place to work. The 21-story office building, fully financed and currently under construction, offers sky lounge, fitness center, terraces, and high-tech event & conference center to lead the midtown south amenity race.
RAL Development Services officially launched Zero Irving, the new mixed-use development that brings 176,000-sq.ft. of new Class A office space to New York’s Union Square. The project also includes a technology training center and incubator, co-working spaces, state-of-the-art event space, and street level food hall on the seven floors beneath. Delivery is expected in late 2020.
The top 14 floors of the 21-story building will offer state-of-the-art, market rate office space designed to attract industry-leading corporate and creative tenants within the tightest submarket in the country. In addition to its central location, some of Zero Irving’s lower floors offer a tech-focused digital skills training center, a tech incubator, co-working spaces, event space, and an urban food hall. The project is expected to help create more than 500 quality jobs in Union Square, fueling the growth and continued diversification of New York City’s unique tech sector by providing accessible tech training and space for companies to grow and hire within the building. The digital skills training center will span three floors.
In addition to the tech training facility and related uses on the lower floors, Zero Irving will be offering flexible office space within the market-rate offering on the building’s upper floors. The flexible office space, distinguished by shorter terms and lesser credit requirements, is available both for growing companies that have graduated from the incubator or co-working spaces, and for traditional office tenants occupying the building.
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