Manhattan Skyline Management announced a new long-term agreement with the German School Manhattan (GSM) to lease 3,692 s/f of educational space at 85 Warren Street in the heart of Tribeca.
An international independent pre-school, kindergarten and lower school, GSM is the first bilingual English-German school in the borough of Manhattan. The school, which currently has a location across the street at 74 Warren, is growing one grade per year into a full program. Its second facility at 85 Warren will allow for its continued expansion on the block of Warren between Greenwich Street and West Broadway.
“The German School Manhattan has been a wonderful addition to Warren Street, and we are pleased to be able to accommodate their continued growth in the Tribeca community,” said Joshua Roth, Senior Vice President of Retail at Manhattan Skyline Management Corp.
“At GSM, we believe that the personal well-being of our students is the foundation for all academic accomplishments,” said Julia Stratmann of German School Manhattan. “With this expansion to 85 Warren Street, we will be able to create additional warm and inviting spaces for our families while also maintaining a tight-knit and cohesive school community.”
85 Warren Street is situated near parks and playgrounds for GSM students and families to enjoy and is easily accessible by the Chambers Street and City Hall subway stations. Neighboring tenants include Whole Foods, Target, TD Bank, Bed Bath & Beyond, Chipotle, Barnes & Noble, Bluemercury and Joe & The Juice.
This is Manhattan Skyline’s second major recent downtown retail deal. Last month, Japanese restaurant Shiki Omakase opened its doors to diners at 71 W. Houston Street in SoHo.
Manhattan Skyline is currently marketing one remaining availability in the area – a 4,697-square-foot storefront located at the base of the Saranac, its residential building with views of the historic Clock Tower Building and the Woolworth Building.
Roth handled the deal for Manhattan Skyline.