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BounceX Leaves The New York Times Building for 1WTC

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Digital marketing firm Bounce Exchange, known as BounceX, will be moving its headquarters from The New York Times Building to One World Trade Center. Last month, it signed an 11-year lease for 79,118 square feet of Manhattan office space in the emblematic NYC skyscraper.

The company will be taking over the 74th and 75th floors in the 3.1-million-square-foot, LEED-Gold Certified 1WTC. The modern office tower, which offers extraordinary views over the city, is currently owned by the Durst Organization together with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Joining companies like Condé Nast, Global Risk Advisors and Undertone at 1WTC, BounceX will more than double its current 31,000-square-foot space at The New York Times Building.

David Hollander and Scott Bogetti from CBRE represented the tenant in the deal. Eric Engelhardt of the Durst Organization together with a Cushman and Wakefield team consisting of Tara Stacom, Justin Royce, Peter Trivelas, Barry Zeller and Conor Daugstrup acted on behalf of the landlords.

According to the New York Post, the asking rent for the space was $69 per square foot. Following this deal, One World Trade Center building is now 81 percent leased.

“We definitely have our own style and really want to build something special. We’ve built a brand on authenticity, so it feels right that we are in an iconic New York building with an incredible design plan,” said Ryan Urban, BounceX CEO and co-founder. “And then you’ve got the juxtaposition of this really serene daytime water view pressing up against the relentless city that never sleeps at night. It’s perfect. The energy the moment you walk in is indescribable. You’re literally on top of the world and feel like you can take on anything.”

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