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BOND residential brokerage takes whole floor at 810 7th Ave

BOND New York is moving from its three floors at 1776 Broadway to the entire 39th floor at 810 Seventh Avenue.

The firmʼs midtown presence will increase from 14,000 to 17,320 s/f of Class-A space and is slated to open by December.

The full floor space is finished with glass, marble and wood and includes separate rental and sale floors, a 1,400 square foot presentation center, four unobstructed exposures with views of Central Park, the Hudson River, Billionaires Row and Times Square.

There is a cafeteria, a break room and 25 private offices and team rooms. All 250 agents plus corporate staff will be relocating to the new office.

The firm has also inked a deal for a new Upper East Side retail location at 324 East 86th Street.

The 25 feet of retail frontage doubles the size of that office from 2,500 s/f to 5,000 s/f and will house approximately 80 agents. The space is a quadruplex with separate floors for rentals, sales, conference rooms and an agent lounge. The location is slated to open in January.

“We decided to move our Midtown office location because we outgrew our current office and we wanted to move to a Class-A building,” explained Noah Freedman, the firm’s co-founder. “Likewise, we were busting at the seams of our 1500 Second Avenue location due to consistent growth.”

BOND New York sign a 6.5-year lease at 810 Seventh Avenue at an asking rent of $75 psf. The brokerage represented itself in the deal. Landlord SL Green was represented by Barry Zeller of Cushman Wakefield.
The firm took out a 10-year lease at the 86th Street location. That 5,000 s/f space formerly housed the Mattress Firm,. The landlord, 324 E 86th Street LLC, was represented by Milsmith

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