Bond Street (Manhattan)

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Bond Street is a sett street that runs east to west, between Broadway and Bowery, in the NoHo neighborhood of Lower Manhattan, New York City.[1][2]


Bond Street

The actual namesake of the street is undetermined. It may have been named for city surveyor William Bond, or for a mention in an 1817 guidebook referring to Broadway as "The Bond Street of New York".[3]

24 Bond Street was the location of Beatrice and Sam Rivers' studio RivBea[4] and of Robert Mapplethorpe's first studio.[5] Mile End Sandwich, a spin-off restaurant of Mile End Delicatessen, the Jewish deli in Brooklyn, is located on Bond Street between Bowery and Lafayette Street.[2] More recently, Bond Street became the location of stores for Billy Reid[6] and Drake's OVO Clothing clothing brand.


  1. ^ Seibert, Brian (2 March 2016). "Eiko Invites You to Her Inner Land of Wraiths". The New York Times. Retrieved 2016-03-15.
  2. ^ a b Mishan, Ligaya (5 July 2012). "When a Deli Goes Boutique". The New York Times. Retrieved 2016-03-15.
  3. ^ Feirstein, Sanna. Naming New York: Manhattan Places and How They Got Their Names, NYU Press, 2001, p. 81ISBN 9780814727119
  4. ^ "The Hidden History of 24 Bond Street, the Birthplace of NYC's DIY Scene" by Douglas Capraro, Untapped Cities, May 15, 2014
  5. ^ Colacello, Bob. "When Robert Mapplethorpe Took New York". Vanity Fair. Retrieved 2016-03-15.
  6. ^ Jake Woolf, How James Bond's Peacoat Changed Billy Reid's Business, GQ, November 5, 2015

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