Architecture studio SHARE in TriBeCa

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Architecture studio SHARE in TriBeCa

Postby atelierdomo » Thu Aug 13, 2009 3:45 pm

Office space for shared rental in Tribeca. We are a small architecture and interior design firm--looking to split rent and utilities with another small group of creative individuals.

Separate entry is available for larger offices. Ideal share would have 2-6 workstations.

The studio is bright and spacious with skylights, french doors to street, and over 2,000 SF of hardwood floors. Shared bathroom and conference area. We can share internet access but you will have to set up your own phone and fax lines.

Close to 1,2,3,A,C,E,J,M,Z trains.

If interested please email us and we will send you more images and floor plan.
See attached images (don't worry, we will be relocating our stuff to the front of the studio!)
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Re: Architecture studio SHARE in TriBeCa

Postby Helenni » Fri Nov 25, 2011 3:57 am

Hi, atelierdomo, if possible, we hope that we have chance to cooperate with you. We are Guangzhou Frontop Digital Technology Co.,Ltd. serving 3d architectural renderings, 3d architectural animations, architectural visualization, 3D floor plan, etc. We are China's the second biggest and influential rendering company. We are also the partner of Zaha Hadid Architect. Looking forward to cooperating with you.
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