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BounceX to take up 31K sf at New York Times Building

Company is moving from its 5,500-square-foot space at 304 Hudson Street

February 04, 2015 09:00AM

From left: Bill de Blasio in the Bounce Exchange office in 2013 and the New York Times Building

From left: Bill de Blasio in the Bounce Exchange office in 2013 and the New York Times Building

Tech company Bounce Exchange inked a lease to take nearly 31,000 square feet at the New York Times Building.

The startup — a graduate of the New York University Polytechnic business incubator — is moving from its current 5,543-square-foot office in the Hudson Square Building at 304 Hudson Street, the New York Post reported.

Bounce Exchange, co-founded by chief executive officer Ryan Urban, aims to boost traffic to retailer and publishing websites.

Cushman & Wakefield’s Mitchell Barnett, Richard Serko and Bill Lee represented BounceX in the search for new office space. The New York Times Building was one of roughly 90 spaces in the $55- to $75-per-square-foot range the company visited, according to the newspaper. CBRE’s Ramneek Rikhy, Arkady Smolyansky, Tighe, Greg Tosko and Sacha Zarba represented the New York Times.

G3 Architecture will design the interior of the space on the 21st floor, which will have an open floor plan. [NYP, 2nd] — Claire Moses

  • Ann Ferri

    That’s nice to see how Bounce Exchange grows. I think the company is awesome, and it’s nice to have such technology leader closer. I’ve been using their service for a while, but then switched to a rival. You may check Quora for some good alternatives: http://qr.ae/L40no . An interesting question — if the target market is mainly website managers, isn’t just internet presence enough? I would probably save money. Of cource, New York Times Building boosts the image though..

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