With a commercial history dating back to the early 1850s, NoHo has long prospered as a major retail hub
frontage on bond street
Why this location?
50 Bond's unique windowed façade exudes trendiness, style and luxury. With Bowery to the east, Bleecker Street to the south and Lafayette Street to the west, Bond Street is ideally positioned in the always enchanting NoHo neighborhood.
Heavily Trafficked Shopping District
Located between Bowery and Lafayette Streets, 50 Bond St. is nestled in chic NoHo, between the vogue Greenwich Village and East Village neighborhoods. With a commercial history dating back to the early 1850s, NoHo has prospered as a major retail hub and retained a reputation for catering to a wealthy and international clientele. Abound with loft apartments and ornate stores, NoHo beckons shoppers from all different directions.
High-Density Trade Area
Locals, tourists, and the nearly 50,000 students enrolled at NYU’s Stern, Gallatin, Tisch and Law schools peruse NoHo and take full advantage of all the neighborhood has to offer. The building developments that often crop up in NoHo are typically projects of luxury “starchitects.”
Excellent Retail Opportunity
50 Bond St. offers a strategic retail layout in the heart of one of New York's trendiest neighborhoods. With over 30 feet of frontage on Bond Street, 3,400 SF on the ground floor and 3,000 SF on the lower level, there is ample space for retailers to showcase their brands.