October 30, 2015

OFH Gets A New Look

Notice anything different? We've made big changes at Office Furniture Heaven over the past few weeks. We've moved into our new showroom at 18 West 27th Street on the 9th floor, between 5th & 6th Avenues in the heart of NoMAD. The OFH team is still unpacking boxes and putting the finishing touches on our new space, while getting to know the ins and outs of our rapidly changing "hot" neighborhood. Our space boasts open north and south exposure with views of midtown Manhattan, and a great view of the Empire State building. And we have a cool new logo!

August 28, 2014

Ten Tips for A Small Office Move in New York City

New York City

We understand that moving an office in New York City requires special consideration and lots of planning. As New Yorkers, we love the action, vibrancy and diversity that our city offers, but we know it comes with a price. Everything is a little tougher to do here. Small offices—up to 10,000 square feet with a staff of 3 to 50 people—represent the majority of office space in New York City.  At Office Furniture Heaven, our team has been furnishing and designing offices in New York for over 30 years, and we’re experts at helping businesses small and large move offices.  If that includes you, we hope this list will help ease your moving process.

1. Retain Trusted Advisors—Real Estate Broker & Attorney

The New York City real estate market is known throughout the world to be treacherous. Landlords in our town are a rare breed and you must be well represented. Your two key trusted advisors are your Real Estate Broker and your Attorney. It’s best to begin working with your Real Estate broker 24 months prior to your anticipated move date. Your broker should be intimately familiar with your company’s space needs, business growth objectives and your budget, and should have experience with companies of your size and the locations in which you are interested. Fortunately, the cost to pay the broker is completely paid by the landlord.