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 CompletePlayground, a nonprofit family activity center, has leased 40,000 square feet at 30 Broad St. in Manhattan's Financial District

Family Activity Center to Occupy 40K SF at 30 Broad St.

Colliers arranged a 40,000-square-foot lease for CompletePlayground, a first-of-its-kind nonprofit family activity center that offers programming for all children, including kids with special needs, at 30 Broad St. CompletePlayground will occupy the Financial District space on a 15-year lease.  

Executive director David Tricarico and director Jake Horowitz of Colliers represented building owners Tribeca Associates. 
“Getting a deal done of this size in the Financial District at this time is a testament to everyone’s hard work and shared vision,” said Bill Brodsky, principal at Tribeca Associates. 

CompletePlayground will occupy parts of the space that was recently occupied by a New York Sports Club and before that an auxiliary trading floor for the New York Stock Exchange, which indicates to the ever-evolving space use in Fidi. The new tenant will have access from multiple access points on Broad Street, Exchange Place and New Street.  


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