Clinton Management, property management arm of Douglaston Development, signs lease with International Print Center in West Chelsea

Douglaston Development today announced that its property management subsidiary, Clinton Management, has signed a 5,200 square foot, 10-year lease with the International Print Center, a non-profit arts institution dedicated to showcasing printed works of emerging, established, national and international artists at 535 West 24th Street in the West Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan.

Clinton Management represented the owner in the transaction. Alf Naman of Alf Naman Real Estate Advisors Ltd. represented the tenant.

“We are delighted to welcome the International Print Center to West Chelsea, expanding our commercial footprint in the area and reinforcing the growing presence of art galleries in the neighborhood,” said Ryan O’Connor, President and Chief director of Clinton Management. “Amid the challenges the pandemic has brought to the arts, the speed of leasing art gallery spaces has increased and continues to increase and we are delighted to be able to provide space for these operations.”

When the space opens in the summer of 2022, the International Print Center will use its brand new 5,200 square foot space on the ground floor to exhibit a myriad of prints by emerging, established, national and international artists. . In addition, various exhibitions, public programs and tours will be offered to site visitors. The International Print Center replaces the Bruce Lederman Gallery, the former occupant of the space.

535 West 24e The street is home to a gallery and modern, bright and spacious offices. Each space features individual HVAC and electric meters, exposed brickwork, ADA-compliant bathrooms, keyed elevators and security gates, new lighting and paint, and refinished floors. The 6,000 square foot second floor is currently available for rent. Other art offerings in the neighborhood include Mathew Marks Gallery, Ricco/Marseca Gallery, Davidson Gallery, Josee Bienvenu Gallery, Hauser & Wirth, and more.

The building is accessible via several means of transportation, including the A, C, E, L and 1 subway lines, and offers quick walking access to New York landmarks including the High Line, Chelsea Market and Hudson Yards.

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