The West Village is alive with art exhibits. Throughout the spring, projects by The High Line, The Whitney Museum, and even Google have been launched around this style-packed Meatpacking District on Manhattan’s lower west side.
Dutton Pop-up Art Gallery
Around the corner at 90-100 Gansevoort Street, a new temporary pop-up gallery concept made its debut following the Bisnow Retail Summit in the same location.
Along the modern glass storefronts showing off four available retail rental spaces that make up 90-100 Gansevoort Street, the Dutton pop-up gallery greeted visitors from 100 Gansevoort.
The Dutton gallery featured an exhibition of breakout new work by Brooklyn artists Samuel T. Adams and Daniel Noonan.
“We are excited to host this eclectic collection of artwork in our retail space, which is currently available for long-term lease,” said Steve Gonzalez, Director of Retail Leasing at TF Cornerstone.
Bisnow Retail Summit Featured Jake Elghanayan
On May 12, the NYC Real Estate community gathered at 90-100 Gansevoort for Bisnow's 5th Annual NYC Retail Summit. TF Cornerstone VP Jake Elghanayan served as a speaker and panelist during the day of discussion about the state of retail in New York City.
Topics at the day-long event spanned a myriad of topics, but revolved around a question Bisnow summarized: “Is Affordable Retail Space a Thing of the Past in NYC?”
Among the views Jake Elghanayan shared, Bisnow highlighted that one way he's noticed for retailers to confront high rents in NYC is by owning their space.
90-100 Gansevoort Retail Spaces
The pop-up Dutton art gallery at 100 Gansevoort makes creative use of an open retail space in this vibrant Manhattan neighborhood, while giving a place for Brooklyn-based artists to display their talents.
In addition to the retail space at 100 Gansevoort, TF Cornerstone is currently marketing three additional retail spaces for long-term lease. Newly renovated with glass storefronts, the four retail availabilities offer dramatic views and provide a variety of size and configuration options.
The four spaces range from 2,518 square feet to 8,105 square feet, with up to 160 feet of frontage on Gansevoort and West streets.
Look for more Pop-up Art Opps
Part of what makes art so vibrant and interesting is collaborations like this, where art springs up in temporary gallery spaces. Keep an eye out as you go around the city, and tip us off to other pop-ups like the Dutton throughout the summer!