Contract Magazine

Contract 2020 Interiors Awards Large Office Winner: Bond Collective

"Broadway, the grand thoroughfare that stretches along the whole length of Manhattan, is a fixture of the pop culture canon...Head to Brooklyn across the East River, and you’ll find a second Broadway—one less grandly associated with showbiz and tourism, but abuzz with culture, commerce, and creativity all the same. It’s here, beside the elevated J/M/Z subway line that runs along the avenue, that coworking start-up Bond Collective opened its latest location."

Dwell Magazine

An Old Philadelphia Penthouse Is Brilliantly Transformed Into a Snazzy Co-Working Space

"Here at Dwell, we’ve long adored Bond Collective. While we might be a bit biased—given that our very own New York office is sited in one of their stylish, community-driven co-working spaces—we were ecstatic to hear that the company has just opened a new location in Philadelphia as part of a national expansion. Based on the top floor of a historic Art Deco building in the heart of Center City, Bond Station House will likely take your breath away from the moment you step inside."

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Chicago Tribune

Fulton Market district, Civic Opera Building to host shared office space run by upscale WeWork rival

"...A New York-based firm plans luxury shared office spaces in the Loop and the Fulton Market district, betting that its hotel-like offering will stand out from the ever-growing crowd of Chicago competitors... Bond Collective will add almost 100,000 square feet of co-working space in Chicago by the end of the year, including a large space in the Civic Opera Building, CEO and co-founder Shlomo Silber said."

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Wall Street Journal

Real-Estate Startups Try Their Hand at Private-Equity Investing

"Five months after the co-working firm Bond Collective signed a 42,000-square-foot lease in a Brooklyn office building, the property’s owners flipped it for a hefty profit... “Hey, we can essentially do the same thing,” Bond Collective founder Shlomo Silber recalled thinking after learning of the sale... Four years later, the firm is co-managing its own real-estate fund. The fund owns stakes in properties in Miami, Nashville, Chicago and New York City and is in contract to buy two more."

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Crain's New York

Coworking Company Bond Collective Grows its Footprint in the City

"The boutique coworking company Bond Collective is expanding its portfolio with two new locations... The company is leasing a 25,000-square-foot office building at 158 Lafayette St. in Soho and a 23,000-square-foot space in 276 Greenpoint Ave., an office building in Greenpoint."

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New York Magazine

How did WeWork’s Adam Neumann turn office space with “community” into a $47 billion company? Not by sharing

...Just a few weeks after SoftBank’s investment, Shlomo Silber, the owner of Bond Collective, a New York–based co-working company, turned on his phone at the end of Rosh Hashanah to find dozens of his customers had forwarded an email from WeWork offering to buy them out of their leases and give them as much as a year of free rent...

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Co-Working Sprouts in Suburbia

"...Shlomo Silber, co-founder and CEO of Manhattan-based Bond Collective, a co-working firm that has embarked on a 30-location expansion across the U.S., said the suburbs could easily slide into the company’s expansion plans..."

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Allwork Space

How Bond Collective Pivoted to Success

"In highly popular markets like Manhattan — where flexible workspace is the fastest growing industry in the city — staying ahead of the competition is a tough challenge. Allwork.Space spoke with Shlomo Silber, co-founder and CEO of Bond Collective, to learn how last year’s rebrand from Coworkrs to Bond Collective helped them pivot and stand out in a crowded flexible workspace market."

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Curbed D.C.

NYC Shared Workspace Bond Collective is Opening in D.C.

"H Street will soon be home to a luxurious new workspace. Bond Collective, a design-driven shared office space brand from New York, will expand into Washington, D.C. next year. The D.C. Bond Collective location will be located at 609 H Street with a two-story space featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, a coworking area, coffee bar, upholstered nooks and meeting booths, fully equipped conference rooms, and lounge seating."

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Reuters, Bloomberg

Bond Collective Raises $50 Million to Expand Coworking Beyond New York.

"Bond Collective, which provides shared workspace for startups, said on Tuesday an investor pledged $50 million to help it expand beyond New York with plans to build 30 sites in three years and it announced the formation of a fund to buy property in trendy big city neighborhoods."

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