Edun Americas to Expand and Relocate to 107 Grand Street
New York, NY (September 16, 2010)  
Edun Americas, the ethical fashion brand established by Ali Hewson and her husband Bono in 2005, will expand its New York City operations when it relocates to new 8,600-square-foot offices at 107 Grand Street this coming September.

“This is an important move for Edun,” said Studley’s Zev Holzman, managing director, who represented the clothing company in the transaction. “Not only were we able to able to execute a transaction in an extraordinarily tenant favorable market, but the move to Edun’s new space in Soho coincides with the re-launch of the Edun brand, with its new partner LVMH.

Formerly based in 5,000 square feet at 86 Franklin Street, Edun will take occupancy of the entire third floor of the eight-story building at the south-east corner of Grand Street, owned by Man Yun Real Estate, in September.

In addition to Mr. Holzman, Casey Lewis, associate, represented Edun Americas in the transaction. Christopher Owles, principal of Sinvin Realty, the building’s agent, along with director, Trisha Jerry, represented the landlord. “We’re very pleased to have such an exciting brand join the building’s tenant roster,” said Mr. Owles.

Attorneys were Stewart Stern Esq., of Stern, Tannenbaum & Bell for Edun Americas and Edward Bullard, Jr. Esq. of Westerman, Ball, Ederer, Miller & Sharfsterin, for Man Yun Real Estate.

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About Edun Americas
EDUN is a progressive brand that provokes us to think beyond fashion. Launched in Spring 2005 by Ali Hewson and Bono, the company's mission is to help build Africa as a viable source of production for fashion. Founded on the premise of trade for aid, EDUN is a for profit business that aims to raise awareness of the possibilities in Africa to encourage emulation.