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This successful business center on the 19th floor of this impressive tower building is where you could be calling your business home. Fitted with fully furnished office space, executive suites, coworking communal areas and virtual office options available this center has everything you could possibly need. With on-site facilities such as meeting rooms, a... Read More >>
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Office Space for Rent in New Haven, Connecticut
Offices.net features office space that is currently available in New Haven, Connecticut. Situated in prime business locations in the city, the commercial space for rent includes private executive suites, coworking spaces and virtual office options. This office space is available immediately, and is offered on flexible rental terms to suit your business and make the transition as easy as possible.
We offer businesses of any size the simplest, quickest and most affordable way to secure professional office space in New Haven, Connecticut. Many of our executive office suites, shared workspace and coworking space come with a wide range of facilities included, with flexible rental agreements that are tailored to suit you. Our team works hard to ensure that the entire process is as simple as possible for our clients.
The Offices.net service is designed to get you into the office space your business needs as quickly and easily as possible, and we will be happy to assist in any way. Give us a call on 1-877-693-6433 or submit the Quick Quotes form to receive more information.
New Haven Office Market: Costs and Prime Locations
The New Haven office market is divided into units in the Central Business District (CBD) and in peripheral areas, but the majority of inventory is located in the CBD, northern and western New Haven. Over the past few years, rental rates have been rising in virtually all sub-markets and evidenced positive absorption rates and declining availability, but the most notable characteristic in local office market is the large gap between Class A and Class B space in terms of rental value and availability. Asking rents for Class A office space are in the high $20s / sq ft / year, whereas Class B properties barely reach $15 / sq ft / year in certain locations.
New Haven offices are considered mainly a tertiary office market consisting of mostly old stock and a few new / speculative developments. Most demand comes from the educational sector and particularly from charter schools, which require large amounts of office space for both admin and instructional purposes; although in recent years medical offices have been in high demand following a trend that is evident across New England.
Ten-year job growth creation forecasts are above 35 percent, and much of it will be office-based employment. The bioscience sector is also expected to contribute to the expansion of the local office market as part of a job creation program that will run until 2037.
Let Us Help You Find Workspace in New Haven
With a comprehensive selection of available office space in prime New Haven locations, Offices.net can help you search for and locate your ideal business space. A large proportion of the office buildings we list offer a range of business support services which include telecommunications set up, internet and network wiring, trained manned reception and office administration personnel and, in some cases, IT support staff. Additionally, many of the centers also provide spacious conference and meeting room amenities with video conferencing, free car parking, kitchen areas and, in some cases, even onsite gyms.
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New Haven Business Environment and Economy
New Haven is Connecticut's second largest city and is mostly known for being the home of the prestigious Yale University. The city's economy grew during two distinct stages: a period of urban redevelopment in the 1950s and a second urban revival in the early 2000s. During this time, an economy mostly reliant on manufacturing was replaced by a diverse industrial base that included sectors like education, healthcare, finance, retail, professional and business services.
Trade and transportation also provide a boost to the economy thanks to the presence of the Port of New Haven. The city is connected to New York City through a range of rail and Interstate highway systems. The Tweed New Haven Regional Airport is located near to the city making it accessible and strategically located.
The city is also known as Connecticut's biotech capital, since nearly 40 percent of the state's biotech firms are based here and there are dedicated biotech districts in Yale and along Frontage Road. Due to the city's proximity to New York City and Boston, New Haven has a rapidly developing tech scene, as employers can lower operational costs while having access to important clients.
The largest employers in New Haven are Yale University and Yale New Haven Hospital, followed by AT&T, Temple Medical Center, Bristol Myers Squibb, Pritchard Industries, American Medical Response, Knights of Columbus Insurance, and United Illuminating.
The downtown area alone has more than 80,000 jobs, most of which are in management, education, healthcare, office and admin support, and there are approximately 5,000 business in New Haven's downtown core. The city also attracts high caliber researchers and engineers thanks to several collaboration schemes between Yale and venture capital firms. Some of the business incentives and assistance programs available are the Small Business Job Creation Tax Credit and the Small Contractor Development Plan, along with other support platforms, such as Startup Weekend Workshops and tech-oriented accelerators like TechStart and C-Tech.
The office space, executive suites and coworking spaces on Offices.net are situated in prime New Haven business areas, and are available to rent on competitive, flexible rental terms to suit your company's requirements.
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