Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates, Inc. (KDA) has arranged a 35,000 s/f lease for Cirker’s Brooklyn, LLC, an art storage and moving company, in the former Winchester Fine Arts Building at 106 Bayard Street on Greenpoint/Williamsburg border.
Fred Rufrano of Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates represented both the tenant and the owner in the deal.
Cirker’s is an industry leader in the storage of fine art and other valuable possessions. With nearly 150 years of industry experience, Cirker’s stores some of the world’s most important art. Prominent collectors, galleries, auction houses, private dealers and museums entrust Cirker’s with their valuable assets.
With a location already established in Manhattan’s Midtown West, Cirker’s will use the space in Brooklyn for expansion.
For the past decade, the building at 106 Bayard Street was leased by Winchester Fine Art Services, in a deal also completed by Fred Rufrano, making the facility an ideal location for Cirkers’ expansion.
“We were happy to work with Cirker’s, a prestigious name in the art storage industry, to find a second location for the company in Brooklyn,” said Neil Dolgin of KDA.