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One SoHo Square is a newly renovated office building at 233 Spring St. in Manhattan

E-Commerce Platform Yotpo Subleases Hudson Square Offices

Yotpo, a leading e-commerce marketing platform, has signed a 30,688-square-foot sublease at Stellar Management’s One SoHo Square at 233 Spring St. in Hudson Square. CBRE’s Harly Stevens, Jared Freede and Josh Pernice represented the tenant in the sublease negotiations.  
“Yotpo upgraded its office presence significantly by relocating its U.S. headquarters from 400 Lafayette Street to the newly renovated Class A building at One SoHo Square,” said Stevens. “The sub-landlord’s buildout resulted in a very high-end, fully wired space that was never occupied. The deal reflects the continued growth and expanding presence of the eCommerce sector in New York City.” 
Freede added, “Over the past two years, our team worked closely with Yotpo to help define its hybrid work strategy. The process resulted in Yotpo implementing a bespoke return to work plan, while also identifying an opportunity for the business to secure a space with minimal capital investment.” 


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