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Two Kids and A Dog moving into 275 Greenwich

Manhattan Skyline Management Corp., announced an agreement with Two Kids and A Dog to open its second New York City location at 275 Greenwich Street in the heart of Tribeca.

As part of its long-term lease, Two Kids and A Dog will occupy 929 s/f of boutique space at the base of 275 Greenwich, a postwar condominium building. The new location is set to open in early December, just in time for holiday shopping.

Founded by retail veteran Natalia Jacobs, Two Kids and A Dog offers a unique collection of children’s merchandise including clothing, shoes, toys, gifts, accessories, gear and more. The shop specializes in hard-to-find and meticulously selected products for ages newborn through 12.  Its original flagship store, located in DUMBO, Brooklyn, was inspired by Jacobs’ life raising two children and a dog in the neighborhood.

“We are delighted to be able to accommodate Two Kids and A Dog’s first foray into Manhattan,” said Joshua Roth, Senior Vice President of Retail at Manhattan Skyline Management Corp. “Natalia’s carefully-curated collection of toys and apparel will quickly become a major destination in this bustling and family-friendly neighborhood.”

“My greatest joy is to watch my children play and learn. I built my first DUMBO shop for them and for all the parents who enjoy the same,” said Natalia Jacobs. “I am elated to be able to spread this same sense of joy to the families of Tribeca and Lower Manhattan.”

275 Greenwich is located a few minutes from the Chambers Street and City Hall subway stations and two blocks from Hudson River Park. 

This is Manhattan Skyline’s third recent downtown retail deal. Last month, international independent pre-school, kindergarten and lower school, German School Manhattan, signed on for its second Tribeca facility at 85 Warren Street, just around the corner from 275 Greenwich. In September, innovative Japanese restaurant Shiki Omakase opened its doors to diners at 71 W. Houston Street in SoHo. 

Roth represented Manhattan Skyline in the negotiations.  There was no broker on the tenant side.

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