Herald Tribune Space, Once Home to Breslin and Wolfe, Can Be All Yours
Daniel Edward Rosen July 31, 2012, 7:30 a.m.
A sub-level printing space inside the former home of the New York Herald Tribune is available for sublease.
The 8,271-square-foot space at 230 West 41st Street, which also houses the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, is currently being occupied by Scarab Consulting.
After being there for the past decade, the firm is looking to leave, and Atco Brokerage Services believes the space could be marketed to a printing company or law firm.
“It would be a good war room for a law firm,” said Peter Goldich, a managing director at Atco Brokerage Services. “It can be a medical facility, a diagnostic center, and the building’s amenable to doing an expansion of the space,” he added.
Asking rent for the space is $25-a-square-foot.
The building is owned by the Research Foundation of The City University of New York.
In its prime, the New York Herald Tribune was considered one of the premier newspapers in the country. With a roster of reporters like Tom Wolfe, Jimmy Breslin, Clay Felker, Walter Kerr and Art Buchwald, it nabbed 14 Pulitzer Prizes over 40 years before being closed in 1966.
There are currently seven vacancies in the 302,000 square foot building, according to CoStar data. Colliers International is the primary leasing agency for 230. W. 41st Street.