Early stage investment firm, Left Lane Capital, is leaving Manhattan for Brooklyn. The firm just signed a lease at Ten Grand in Williamsburg. They are leaving TF Cornerstone’s 152 W 57th St.
Other tenants also leaving Manhattan for Williamsburg’s Ten Grand development include consulting firm Angora Group, and marketing agency Social Chain.
The waterfront office building is said to “blur the lines between personal and professional life,” according to Left Lane founder, Harvey Miller. Many of the tenants coming into leases here are coming out of co-working spaces. Much of the decision makers in the lease signings of these tenants were based in Brooklyn – lowering their commute time.
Being in an office doesn’t mean Manhattan – tenants are realizing they can find great properties in boroughs closer to home. Contact GE Grace to see what your neighborhood has to offer. Call us at 646 312 6800 or email Grace@GEGrace.com.