Whitestone Branding, 9/30
Whitestone Branding has moved from Brooklyn to 19 W 21st Street in Flatiron. Whitestone creates branded products for companies.
9595228 Canada inc., 9/18
9595228 Canada inc. has moved to a 1,111 sq. ft. space at 501 7th Avenue. They are a platform for food and beverage delivery, available in the US and Canada.
Bluffworks is now in a 3000 square foot space at 78 5th Avenue in Union Square. The company creates multi-purpose apparel.
Maydream Incorporated, 8/15
H & L Ironworks Corp, 8/8
H & L Ironworks has moved from their Queens office to a 2,616 sq. ft. space at 192 Lexington Avenue. They are a commercial ironworks company.
3Sixty Fundraising, 7/11
Previously in a WeWork space, 3Sixty Fundraising is now in a 2,000 sq. ft. office in 226 5th Avenue. The company provides a non-traditional approach to fundraising to charities globally.
Cooking Vinyl, 7/11
Cooking Vinyl has moved to 19 W. 21st Street. The record label chose a 1500 sq. ft., move-in-ready office to house its 8 employees. They officially moved to their new Flatiron location at the beginning of July.
Supreme Jewellery, 6/5
Supreme Jewellery has moved into 246 W 38th St. The 900 sq. ft. space is conveniently located near Penn Station.
Flybridge Capital Partners, 6/3
AVNA Learning-Testing Center opened its first New York office at 139 Fulton Street in FiDi. The 1200 sq. ft. office will house 3-5 employees and has plenty of open working space. AVNA is a New Jersey-based certified test administrator.
Stellar Health, 5/22
Stellar Health has moved from a WeWork into an office of their own at 127 W 26th St. to accommodate their rapid growth. The tech company develops SaaS solutions that empower healthcare providers and insurers to improve quality and financial performance.
Jayne Design Studio, 5/21
Interior design group Jayne Design Studio has relocated to 118 E 28th Street. Looking to downsize, their new office is 1,000 sq. ft. and comfortably accommodates their 6 employees.
Splash Mixers, 5/21
Splash Mixers has moved into their new office in 370 Lexington. They were able to find a 1,345 sq. ft. space in the same building, which greatly eased their transition. The company sells premium cocktail mixers.
Kathy Ferguson Art, 5/20
Kathy Ferguson Art is now in an art studio in 48 W 21st Street. The 1,100 sq. ft. space in Flatiron boasts ample natural lighting. Kathy Ferguson is a mixed-media artist based in both Colorado and NYC.
Convo Relay, 5/9
Convo Relay is a new tenant at 336 W. 37th. The company moved to the 4300 sq. ft. office on June 15th to accommodate their growing business. Convo Relay is a communication translation company for the deaf and hearing impaired.
Nova Credit, 5/9
On May 10th, Nova Credit moved into its first NYC office location. The San Francisco based company decided on a 1,485 sq. ft. traditional office sublease for its remote employees. Nova Credit enables immigrants to transport their credit history around the world through its global financial platform.
Claritas moved to 350 7th Ave. Previously in a coworking space, they wanted to move to a private office and eventually settled on a 2.700 sq. ft. space. Claritas helps companies identify and engage with ideal target audiences.
Pantelo Group, 5/3
Pantelo Group is a new tenant at 139 Fulton Street. Previously in coworking, they now have their own 1,000 sq. ft. private office. Pantelo is a tech-enabled digital marketing and creative agency.
Whole Whale, 5/3
Whole Whale has moved to 55 Prospect in DUMBO. Their new private space is 1,200 sq. ft, and just steps away from the WeWork in which they were previously located. Whole Whale is a digital agency that works to boost the impact of non-profit organizations.
Permutive has moved to 55 5th Avenue in Midtown South. Their new 2,300 sq. ft. space is close to their previous space in Union Square. Permutive is a publisher data platform.
Pawp moved out of coworking and into a new space at 45 Bond St. The unique live-work condo complex was perfect for them, and provided a 2,000 sq ft. office for the company’s six employees. Pawp is an all-in-one pet-care platform that offers personalized recommendations.
Ollie moved from a space in Chelsea to a full-service office with a 2-year lease term at 48 W 21st Street in Flatiron. The pet food startup was able to find a solution that accommodated the needs of their growing business thanks to SquareFoot’s commercial real estate solution, FLEX. Learn more about their deal here.
12N Family Capital, 4/1
On April 1st, 12N Family Capital opened its first-ever office at 584 Broadway. The 820 sq. ft. space offers a great commute from the two co-founders’ apartments in SoHo. 12N Family Capital is a financial services group.
Northern Swan, 3/20
Northern Swan, a New York based investment firm focused on early and late state investments, is now a new tenant in 489 5th Ave. No longer interested in staying in co-working, Northern Swan was looking for a space of their own close to Grand Central for commuting purposes.
Two Trees will have a new tenant in their 20 Jay St. building in DUMBO. Thesis, SquareFoot client and landing page optimization company will be moving from their current WeWork in Dumbo into their own private office. The Thesis team were previously located in DUMBO and have upscaled their office space to 4000 SQFT.
Quadio has moved their office to WeWork DUMBO. They were in need of a space for their growing 8 person team and favored the Brooklyn location for commuting purposes and value. Quadio designs and creates hearing solutions for everyone.
HNH Consulting, 3/11
HNH Consulting is a new tenant in 353 Lexington Ave near Grand Central. This location worked well for their team and for easy commuting to surrounding areas of Manhattan. HNH Education is a consulting business that works with students.
Haute Hijab, 3/11
Broad Street Plaza LLC. has a new tenant in 90 Broad Street in the Financial District. Haute Hijab was outgrowing their co-working space and needed an office of their own to accommodate their expanding team. Haute Hijab is the ‘global community that celebrates and empowers the hijab-wearing woman by designing innovative products fueled by an obsession with superior service and craftsmanship. The financial district worked well for Haute Hijab due to the value and proximity to transportation.