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Rudder Property Group is launching sales of newly built office condominiums at 32 W. 39th St. in Midtown Manhattan

Rudder Property Group Launches Sales of Newly Built Office Condos

Rudder Property Group launched sales of the newly created office condominiums at 32 W. 39th St. have officially commenced, presenting an opportunity to purchase and combine full-floor office condominium units in Midtown Manhattan totaling up to 74,000 square feet. In addition, the 16-story, 87,072-square-foot office building’s offering plan was declared effective by the New York State Attorney General’s Office.  

Located one block south of Bryant Park and adjacent to Amazon’s new Fifth Avenue offices, the full-floor units office condominiums at 32 W. 39th range in size from 3,970 square feet to 8,371 square feet. They can be purchased individually or combined to create a single office headquarters.   

“The Bryant Park submarket is one of the most sought-after destinations for office condominiums due to their close proximity to incredible transportation, restaurants and shopping, which is located just steps away from the building,” said Michael Rudder, principal of Rudder Property Group.   


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