Manhattan, NY Bowery Farming is expanding and relocating to 151 West 26th St., a building owned by the Rosen family. The company will occupy the 12th floor, taking 17,610 s/f, and will have an exclusive roofdeck as an amenity to its employees. Bowery Farming is moving from 5,254 s/f at 36 West 20th St., also owned by the Rosen family.
“Bowery Farming’s trajectory has been so impressive and we wanted to work with this innovative company as it continues to grow,” said Max Koeppel, director of leasing, at Koeppel Rosen LLC, who represented the Rosen family. “We were able to locate another building within our portfolio that could meet its needs and continue the relationship that we have developed.”
Koeppel Rosen is the leasing and managing agent for the Rosen family’s Manhattan portfolio. Cresa principal Michael Okun represented Bowery Farming for both the new space and its current location.
Bowery Farming raised $90 million from investors including Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi and Alphabet Inc.’s GV, formerly Google Ventures.