Bond Street (Manhattan)
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".
24 Bond Street was the location of Beatrice and Sam Rivers' studio RivBea and of Robert Mapplethorpe's first studio. 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. More recently, Bond Street became the location of stores for Billy Reid and Drake's OVO Clothing clothing brand.
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- Mishan, Ligaya (5 July 2012). "When a Deli Goes Boutique". The New York Times. Retrieved 2016-03-15.
- Feirstein, Sanna. Naming New York: Manhattan Places and How They Got Their Names, NYU Press, 2001, p. 81ISBN 9780814727119
- "The Hidden History of 24 Bond Street, the Birthplace of NYC's DIY Scene" by Douglas Capraro, Untapped Cities, May 15, 2014
- Colacello, Bob. "When Robert Mapplethorpe Took New York". Vanity Fair. Retrieved 2016-03-15.
- Jake Woolf, How James Bond's Peacoat Changed Billy Reid's Business, GQ, November 5, 2015
- Media related to Bond Street (Manhattan) at Wikimedia Commons