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Alan Rosinsky
New York City commercial real estate broker.
New York City commercial real estate broker.
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Unusual Opportunity to Acquire Below Market Medical/Healthcare/Office Space. $9.52/SF.
No annual escalations. Term thru 2026. Call (212) 447-5403, Alan Rosinsky, Principal Broker Metro Manhattan Office Space, Inc.
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New to market, spectacular tech style full floor office rental.Broadway, Financial District, Hudson views. Glass offices. Bright, tech style. Modern office building.

Ultra efficient layout out due to side core floor plate. Beautiful prebuilt with polished concrete floors, glass offices, full glass conference room and wet pantry/break room.

https://bit.ly/2vfOI3v
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Is your office space lease expiring in the Flatiron District? Well you may be in for sticker shock when your landlord offers you a lease renewal. Midtown South used to offer inexpensive rents, but much has changed in the last 5 years.

If you are interested in exploring alternative locations, why not check out the Grand Central Station Submarket in Midtown Manhattan? You can acquire space in a trophy class A building for less than $60 per Square Foot. Office buildings near Grand Central have excellent amenities and access to public transportation is unbeatable.

Some trophy Grand Central Station class A office buildings are:

The Graybar Building-https://bit.ly/2GYVy2V
The Chrysler Building-https://bit.ly/2EMtx8B
The Helmsley Building-https://bit.ly/2qyjxLr

Learn more about Grand Central office space for lease at https://bit.ly/2H0IQNb
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Rentable Versus Useable Square Feet. If your business leases office space, showroom space, loft or retail space in Manhattan, this concept is essential to understand!! http://bit.ly/2gquuMM
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Office in a prestigious Fifth Avenue building with amenities available for lease. Close to Grand Central Terminal & Bryant Park.

Configured with 4 windowed offices and a bullpen. Very efficient layout. Desirable unit for professional practice. 1,340SF, $5,918/month http://bit.ly/T0pJbQ #OfficeSpace
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If there’s a reason why the Garment Center is once again in vogue, than look no further than the red-hot real estate market for office and commercial loft space
http://bit.ly/190LJqY
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Best to run an online search for Manhattan office or loft space rentals or better still to call a broker? The basic question what is the value added of an experienced  real estate broker who is familiar with the major players in the commercial real estate market?

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Greetings Google+ Community:
Need help getting the proper zip code to display in my Google Plus page.  My correct zip code is 10016 but it keeps displaying 10037. I keep reentering it and it refuses to be corrected!!!

I am a local based business (commercial real estate broker) and this is terrible for local SEO!!!

HELP!!!!!!!! Please view two images indicating the issue.
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New Street Address Not Appearing on Business Google+ Page
I run a local business in New York City, a commercial real estate brokerage.

My firm has both a web site and Google+ accounts, one Google+ account for me personally and a Google+ account for my business.

Under address my Google+ account is showing New York, NY. It is not showing a street address.

Similiarly when my business name is entered in the Google search bar, my web site is the first result, but under address (directly to the right of a black dot with a grey circle around it) "New York, NY" with the phone number beneath it appears. No sign of my street address. 

My business is registered under Google Places and we have entered the correct street address.

Any ideas on how I can get Google to display our street address? This is obviously very, very detrimental for local SEO.

Thanks,
Alan
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