Silverstein’s Silver Suites Offices 50 percent leased

TRD New York /
Mar.March 22, 2013 12:30 PM

Half of Silver Suites Offices, a collaborative work space in the Financial District, is already leased — only two months after its launch by developer Silverstein Properties, Tal Kerret, a company senior vice president, told the New York Observer.

The 30,000-square-foot prebuilt office space, at 7 World Trade Center, has seen string interest from tech, media and public relations start-ups looking to sign short-term leases, Kerret added. The area is on the 46th floor of the 52-story tower.

Six months is the minimum lease at Silver Suites Offices, which provides young companies that expect to grow quickly with a temporary “five-star, five-diamond service environment,” Kerret said.

The spaces range from ;00 to 1,000 square feet, with the option to build out as a company grows. The building also features amenities such as, concierge service, private Skype booths, and video conferencing facilities.

“They need some breaking room,” Kerret said. “Here they can enjoy some additional space that gives them quiet time and interaction.”

Tenants include Syntactx, a health care tech firm; Tanexis, an entertainment company leasing two offices, and Casey Family Services. [NYO]Christopher Cameron


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