A psychotherapy office suite on 7th Avenue and 29th Street. Top 16th floor of 24-hr doorman luxury building with fast elevators and great views. North, West and East exposure through large windows (some with views of Hudson River and Empire State Building). Suite has several offices (most already rented to lovely dynamic and attachment focused therapists) and a waiting room with a window; a conference room and a pantry with a sink, microwave and fridge. Hardwood floors and high ceilings inside offices, soundproofing, central AC; WiFi, cleaning, utilities are included in the rent. Rent depends on the size of the office. Some part time availability. Excellent location easily accessible by NJ transit, LIRR, 1, 2, 3, A, C, E, B, D, Q, F trains. Collegial atmosphere and opportunities to learn and network.
Availability as of September 1, 2019:
- Office A is available full time.
- Office D is available full time. Possibility of sharing with a current tenant.
“I am very happy to be in one of the offices in the new suite that Zoya has created. Among other things, I appreciate the large windows, with its view of the sky and other views from every office; I had trouble picking which one I wanted! The suite creates a great impression about our professionalism for our new clients. Also, I have been renting from Zoya for about 4 years now, and I have found her always receptive to my needs, and she has followed through immediately on anything that was needed.” Stephen McDonnell, LCSW, LMFT
“Initially uncertain about moving my practice from the Upper West Side, I am surprisingly happy with the suite’s central location, sound construction, responsive building staff, and warm, collegial atmosphere.” Kim Sarasohn, Ph.D.
“I’ve been renting from Zoya for over a year and couldn’t ask for a better suite to rent as a therapy space or group of colleagues to share it. Zoya is a wonderful and caring landlord who is respectful of her tenants and our patients. It’s a beautiful office with incredible views – you feel as if you are in a little haven right in the heart of midtown.” Dalit R. Gross, PsyD
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