Union Square is a great neighborhood located near Chelsea, the Flatiron District, Gramercy and Greenwich Village. One of the main attractions of Union Square is Union Square Park. Union Square Park is a beautiful small park that has an impressive statue of President George Washington. Furthermore, other statues located within the park are of Abraham Lincoln, Marquis de Lafayette and Mahatma Gandhi. Exploring Union Square and all of the statues during a break makes Union Square an attractive location for office space. Furthermore, Union Square has different types of buildings for office spaces. There are new construction buildings and also converted factories that you can choose from. Union Square is also a major shopping location in Manhattan. The streets around Union Square have many retail stores and consumers visiting the stores. The draw of so many consumers can help a business grow. Additionally, there are many trains that run through Union Square, which makes transportation fairly easy. Getting around Manhattan is very easy with the 4, 5, 6, L, N, Q, and R trains located nearby. Union Square is also located very close to Times Square, a mere 15 minute train ride from Union Square. Take a lunch break and visit Times Square after having explored all of the attractions Union Square has to offer. TheSquareFoot can help businesses in finding office space in the Union Square neighborhood today! Check out the website and contact a SquareFoot employee to make the moving process much more efficient.