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Bond Vet Signs Lease at The Westly on Manhattan’s Upper West Side

 Adam America Real Estate,  a privately held real estate development and investment company, and Northlink Capital, a privately held real estate investment and development firm, today announced that Bond Vet has signed a 2,000-square-foot lease at The Westly, a mixed-use development at 251 West 91st Street on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Bond Vet, a full-service veterinarian clinic, is anticipated to open fourth quarter of 2022 at The Westly. 

Bond Vet will be located in the retail space on the ground floor of The Westly, a boutique development that features 52 residences for sale consisting of two- to five-bedroom homes, with select homes offering private outdoor terraces. The Westly features generous amenities, including a pet grooming station for its resident’s furry friends. In addition, the building includes a rare rooftop pool with recreational and lounge areas; a 24-hour concierge with a grand double-height lobby and a stone clad, helix-shaped grand staircase; fitness center and yoga studio; lounge; children’s playroom; youth room for gaming; music room; bike room; and live-in superintendent. 

“Bond Vet is the perfect addition to The Westly providing residents with another amenity that caters to their furry friends,” said Omri Sachs, co-founder of Adam America Real Estate. “The Westly not only offers residents generous amenities but also an unbeatable location between Central and Riverside Parks and in close proximity to notable private schools like Trinity and Collegiate School along with higher education institutions Columbia and Fordham University.” 

Brendan Thrapp and Nate Mallon of Verada represented Adam America Real Estate and Northlink Capital in the transaction. 

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