Real Estate & Leasing
Real Estate Management
To get in touch with the team at JLL at Grand Central, visit our contact page.
Grand Central Terminal is a major New York City destination for transportation, shopping, dining, fresh food, public events, and entertainment with over 750,000 visitors every day. The Terminal has more than 90 restaurants, retail stores, and food shops. Vanderbilt Hall, situated adjacent to the Main Concourse, is a spectacular setting for special public and private events including corporate functions, benefits, and exhibits.
For further information about retail space at Grand Central Terminal please contact:
Mick Russel | Transaction Management Director
CBRE | Advisory & Transaction Services | Occupier
Grand Central Madison ™
Inquiries from individual vendors should contact Danielle Gaudio at Danielle.Gaudio@mtacd.org
RFP for the bar/cafe at Grand Central Madison ™
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (“MTA”) invites you to explore a unique retail opportunity in Grand Central Madison (“GCM”). The MTA is seeking a high-quality operator for a bar/café located in two retail spaces near the Long Island Rail Road (“LIRR”) Ticket and Customer Services area off of Madison Concourse. The bar/cafe at GCM is centrally located and lends itself to a strong buildout and presence, making it a prime opportunity for establishing a dynamic and versatile destination for a new ridership clientele.
Operating hours of the kiosks are:
Sundays are optional
To apply for our specialty leasing program, please fill out this form, which will be forwarded to the specialty leasing department. Items marked with an asterisk (*) are REQUIRED FIELDS.
If I want to take pictures or video in Grand Central, will I need a permit?
Anyone is free to take pictures or video with a handheld consumer camera inside Grand Central. However if you will be using professional equipment, like a tripod, light, or stabilizer, or if you will be using the content for commercial purposes, you must obtain a permit from the MTA Filming & Events Department. Please visit here for more information, and allow at least one week in advance of the date you wish to shoot, or more, depending on the scope of your request.
There may be additional licensing and fee requirements if you will be using the resulting photos or videos for commercial purposes.
Post your pictures of the Terminal on social media. Use #ShareGCT, and we may choose to share your picture on Instagram!
I am interested in renting event space in Grand Central. How can I obtain more information?
How do I become a vendor at the Grand Central Holiday Fair?
Applications for the Grand Central Holiday Fair are posted on the website around April every year. Applications are typically due in early June. Sign up for the weekly email to find out when the Holiday Fair application becomes available and for other happenings at the Terminal.
How do I lease retail space within Grand Central?
How do I rent a kiosk at Grand Central?
If I want to advertise in Grand Central, who would I contact?
The ads you see in the Main Concourse and other walls of the Terminal are managed by Outfront Media and can be reached at (212) 297-6400 by asking for sales.
Please visit our Advertising page for more information.