Space Invaders offers virtual tour of the office space available in Yonkers

July 27, 2015 - Front Section
Move over Netflix, Yonkers is on-demand.
Yonkers - the best kept secret in the New York metropolitan area - has launched a new series of online videos showcasing the commercial office space that the city has to offer.
Called Space Invaders, the videos showcase the variety of affordably priced office space in Yonkers. With just a click of a button, viewers can take a virtual tour of some of the great buildings and loft spaces available along the Yonkers waterfront and throughout its downtown and former industrial areas.
The videos, which are part of the highly successful Generation Yonkers marketing campaign, highlight four unique office properties located at iPark Lofts, 86 Main St., 28 Wells Ave., and the former Alexander Smith Carpet Mills at 500 Nepperhan Ave. With high ceilings, original hardwood floors and Hudson River views overlooking the Palisades, these properties offer businesses a creative and appealing office environment that appeals to the growing workforce of Millennials.
To view the Space Invaders videos visit
"Word is getting out that Westchester's hippest city has so much to offer," said Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano. "And we don't plan on stopping. I want everyone, from business owners and executives to artists and designers to see all that Yonkers has to offer. Space Invaders will do just that with an engaging virtual tour of some of the city's most exciting office space."
Along with its attractive and affordable office space, breathtaking waterfront views and fabulous restaurants, Yonkers is only a 25-minute train commute to Midtown Manhattan, making it accessible and convenient to most locations in New York City, Westchester, Connecticut and New Jersey. Among the companies that have discovered the many benefits of doing business in Yonkers are Mindspark, ContraFect and The Energy Project.

The Generation Yonkers campaign highlights the city's unique assets and qualities while positioning Yonkers as one of the metropolitan area's next great place to live, work and play. It is an initiative that also speaks to Millennials or Generation Y, which represents the next big wave of the nation's workforce.


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