The top 14 floors of the 21-story building will offer state-of-the-art, market rate office space designed to attract industry-leading corporate and creative tenants within the tightest submarket in the country.
Zero Irving’s lower floors will offer a tech-focused digital skills training center, a tech incubator, co-working spaces, event space, and an urban food hall.
Zero Irving will be offering flexible office space within the market-rate offering on the building’s upper floors.
The flexible office space, distinguished by shorter terms and lesser credit requirements, is available both for growing companies that have graduated from the incubator or co-working spaces, and for traditional office tenants occupying the building “Growth companies as well as established firms can certainly benefit from flexible office space,” said Spencer Levine, president of RAL. “We view the flexible office offering at Zero Irving as an economic boost for second stage companies and a further amenity for traditional companies.
Zero Irving is the result of RAL’s successful response to an RFP issued by NYCEDC. The project is expected to help create over 500 jobs in Union Square, fueling the growth and continued diversification of New York City’s tech sector by providing accessible tech training and space for companies to grow and hire within the building.
Newly constructed space is also rare in Midtown South, which offers mostly older or renovated building stock.
Building amenities will include a shared state-of-the-art event space on Zero Irving’s second floor, roof decks and terraces providing views of Manhattan and beyond.