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A new retail concept, Showfields, has signed a lease to take the entire 11 Bond St. with 14,707 square-feet.

The four-story retail building in NoHo, on the corner of Lafayette Street, includes a basement and a 1,700 square-foot roof terrace with 1,500 square feet of covered support space.

Showfields is a direct-to-consumer retail outlet created by Tal Zvi Nathanel, the founder of the Bluestone Group and MyCheck, a mobile payment system. Now in “stealth mode,” Showfields will “play host to the world’s most innovative brands,” its Web site says.

Jordan S. Claffey of RFR Realty represented the ownership in-house with the assistance of Christopher Owles and his team at Sinvin Real Estate. The asking rent was $3.2 million on a triple-net basis for the entire building. Brandon Singer of Cushman & Wakefield worked on behalf of the tenant.

“We’re excited about signing an agreement with this innovative retail venture,” said Claffey. “We are at the forefront of working with new and emerging concepts across our portfolio.”