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DUMBO’s Front & York Adds Three Retail Tenants

Front & York, a new mixed-use development in Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood, has signed three new leases to expand its retail offerings for residents and visitors. The new tenants include Nobody Told Me, a restaurant and cocktail bar; The Animal Cardiology Center, New York City’s first cardiology-only veterinary practice; and Petits Poussins DUMBO, a bilingual daycare and preschool that will add an additional 1,154 square feet to the 3,952-square-foot lease signed earlier this year. 

These new leases come on the heels of the recent opening of Devoción, the Brooklyn-based coffee roaster and café, the unveiling of the 12-foot public art sculpture Ampersand and the opening of Life Time’s sales center ahead of its expected opening in October. 

“In addition to a new residential offering, Front & York continues to enhance the comprehensive retail experience in DUMBO,” said Jason Schreiber, principal, investments of CIM Group, co-developer of Front & York. 


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