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Brooklyn, NY - ADG signs 10-year, 6,200 s/f retail lease to Mozarts and Einsteins

2013-01-28
Brooklyn, NY According to American Development Group, LLC (ADG,) Mozarts and Einsteins, a preschool of integrated arts and academics, has signed a new 10-year lease for 6,200 s/f of ground floor retail space at Park Union, the conversion of a historic, pre-war building into a luxury condominium development in Park Slope.
 
Steve Sunderland of Optimal Spaces served as the tenant’s broker for this transaction.  The developer represented itself in the lease deal.
 
Mozarts and Einsteins is an innovative preschool with a strong emphasis on the arts for children ages two to six years old. The preschool offers a diverse curriculum of music; dance disciplines including tap, jazz and ballet; reading and writing; math, science and computers; and Spanish.  Mozarts and Einsteins will begin accepting applications in February 2013 for a scheduled opening in summer 2013.
 
"We are very excited to be opening our pre-school in the heart of Park Slope and in such a beautiful, historic building," said Melody Stevens, founder of Mozarts and Einsteins, as well as two music schools in New Jersey serving students from three months through retirement. "We are looking forward to the opportunity to serve the community and believe our programming and curriculum will appeal to local families."
 
Located at 910 Union Street between 8th Avenue and Grand Army Plaza, Park Union was originally built in 1914 and has been meticulously transformed into 15 condominium residences.  The seven-story development is comprised of two one-bedroom, two two-bedroom and 11 three-bedroom homes, most of which have outdoor space and breathtaking views of Grand Army Plaza. 
 
"We are very pleased to sign a lease with Mozarts and Einsteins," said Perry Finkelman, CEO of ADG.  "Park Union is located in the highly regarded 321 school district and the preschool will provide a much-needed specialized and creative option for parents and growing families in the community."
 
Nestled in historic Park Slope and surrounded by a world of possibilities, Park Union is blocks away from abundant fine dining, locally-unique shopping and world renowned cultural destinations.  Adjacent to historic Grand Army Plaza, Prospect Park, Brooklyn Museum and Brooklyn Library, the development is convenient to the B, Q, 2, 3 and 4 trains.
 
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