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Douglaston Affiliate Markets Chelsea Space for Gallery or Office Use

Clinton Management, Douglaston Development’s property management affiliate, is marketing 11,136 square feet spanning two floors at 535 W. 24th St. in Chelsea. Ownership is seeking gallery or office tenants for the spaces, which can be leased separately.  

Joshua Young of Clinton Management is marketing the spaces on the ground and second floors of the six-story building between Tenth and Eleventh avenues along Gallery Row.  

“Situated directly in the heart of Chelsea’s gallery district, the two spaces, which make up the entire first and second floors of the property, are spacious, bright and move-in ready for prospective tenants,” said Young.  

He continued, “In recent years, Chelsea’s art scene has expanded its roster to house some of New York City’s most well-known artists and exhibits, and we’re thrilled we will be able to add two additional galleries to the area’s already robust offerings, including Art9, which is now open for business.” 


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