Hottest Item at the 2017 NYC Fashion Week? Runway “.nyc” Domain Names

Yes, the exclusive is finally available!

NYC Domain names are no longer small news as more businesses and investors quickly realize the perks and potential of having a localized domain name. Dot nyc, which replaces the dot com in a website name, is location specific, meaning sites like could shorten their name to becoming instantly more brandable, legitimized, and relevant to Google searches, especially as Google priortizies the .nyc domain over .com for local searches.

Here is a Glimpse at Fashion .nyc Video.

Recently, premium one word domains were auctioned off, but for those who missed it, there’s good news. The second round of premium .nyc domains starts this February and it’s all about fashion!

After Auction Update: At the auction sold for $37,000 and for $33,000

Check out the available names on

During the first auction this past October, the domains wracked up over $70,000 in sales! went for the highest amount at $21,300! This second auction is fashion focused, just in time for the world’s largest fashion bonanza, New York City’s Fashion Week. For those specializing in ecommerce, fashion, and jewelry industries, it’s a good idea to get a head start on planning your bidding strategy, as these names will likely have high demand.

“With the public launch of .nyc, we broke ground on a new type of real estate in New York City – a unique digital space created for New Yorkers and by New Yorkers. In only six short months, .nyc has become a thriving online community where small businesses, organizations and entrepreneurs across the five boroughs are prospering.”
– Mayor Bill de Blasio

Not only are these premium one word domain names succinct, they’re also highly brandable, marketable, and more likely to get ranked higher on Google (seo, Search Engine Optimization friendly).

Some of these premium names include,,,,,, and more. Bidding runs from February 1st to 28th, so click on the link below to check it out!


Kim Adsitt

Managing Editor

As a New York resident for over 12 years, Kim is passionate about developing technology in New York City. She has created original online media and groundbreaking content strategy for numerous startups and has become a leading expert in startup news. Specializing in content creation and editing, she manages the team at Silicon to produce high quality, engaging tech content and insight from the leading players in the NYC tech field. Kim has been an avid follower of all things blockchain, iot, ai, and crypto and its disruptive potential in a multitude of industries. She seeks to bring the latest innovative news, applications and use cases to the public.