Thor Equities has leased 6,400 s/f at 50 Bond Street in NoHo to Lululemon, company executives announced.
The yoga-inspired athletic apparel company is taking the retail space previously occupied by Eva Scrivo Salon, which has moved to 5,500 s/f on the second floor of 139 Fifth Avenue in Flatiron, also owned by Thor Equities.
“We are pleased to welcome Lululemon to one of New York’s trendiest retail neighborhoods,” said Melissa Gliatta, Executive Vice President of Thor Equities.
“Our team was able to make the space at 50 Bond Street available to them after finding the ideal location for Eva Scrivo Salon in Flatiron.”
Thor Equities recently purchased the retail condominium at 50 Bond Street. Located between Bowery and Lafayette Street, the 6,400 s/f, two-level space features 13-foot ceilings on the ground floor, and over 30 feet of frontage on Bond Street.
Built in 1896 by architects Cleverdon & Putzel, the building also has six full-floor residential condominiums.
139 Fifth Avenue is a 34,500 s/f mixed use building with 12,500 s/f of retail space and 22,000 s/f of office space.
Located between 20th Street and 21st Street near Madison Square Park, the building is surrounded by numerous retailers including Bonobos, Aritzia, Intermix, Paul Smith, Club Monaco and Michael Kors.
In addition to 50 Bond Street, Thor Equities owns 30 Bond Street and 734 Broadway in NoHo as well as numerous retail, office and residential properties in neighborhoods throughout Lower Manhattan including SoHo, the Financial District, Tribeca and the Meatpacking District.
Thor’s properties in Flatiron also include 172 Fifth Avenue, 164 Fifth Avenue and 933 Broadway.