BounceX becomes latest digital company to move to World Trade Center

Marketing firm has inked 11-year lease for 79,000 square feet at One World Trade

TRD NEW YORK /
Oct.October 16, 2018 10:00 AM

One World Trade Center and BounceX CEO Ryan Urban (Credit: Pixabay and Twitter)

BounceX is ditching Midtown for the World Trade Center.

The digital marketing company, officially known as Bounce Exchange, will leave its current headquarters at the New York Times building on Eighth Avenue for One World Trade, where it has signed an 11-year, 79,000-square-foot lease, according to the New York Post. The company will occupy the building’s 74th and 75th floors, and asking rent was $69 per square foot.

The lease doubles BounceX’s space and means that One World Trade is now 81.23 percent leased. Other digital companies in the World Trade Center complex include Spotify, MediaMath and Undertone.

WeWork was close to leasing space at One World Trade as well, but the bid fell through after the Durst Organization said it received better offers. [NYP]  – Eddie Small


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