NYC Signs Long-Term Lease With Treasure Island Preschool at Brooklyn Property

December 9, 2021

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- New York City REIT, Inc. (NYSE: NYC) announced today that the entire ground floor of 8713 Fifth Avenue in Brooklyn, NY has been leased to Treasure Island, an operator of nursery schools and daycare centers with an almost 40-year history in the area. Treasure Island signed a 20-year lease that includes 1.5% annual rent increases and is expected to commence during the third quarter of 2022.

“The long-term lease we signed with Treasure Island will provide much needed classroom space for their rapidly growing programs,” said Michael Weil, CEO of NYC. “As a long-time operator of schools in the Bay Ridge neighborhood, Treasure Island is the perfect tenant for the ground floor of our property in Brooklyn. The quality of this tenant, the long lease we signed and the addition of over $345,000 of annualized straight-line rent will meaningfully enhance this property.”

About Treasure Island

Treasure Island Preschool has been serving the children and families of Bay Ridge since 1985. Throughout the years, their program has always stressed the view that all children are unique individuals with unique abilities and interests that need to be nourished and supported. It is firmly believed that by capitalizing on children’s strengths and interests they will be appropriately engaged in learning that will promote a strong sense of self-worth, develop a great sense of self-esteem and self-confidence, and promote a love of learning and discovery.

About New York City REIT, Inc.

New York City REIT, Inc. is a publicly traded REIT that owns a portfolio of high-quality commercial real estate located within the five boroughs of New York City. Additional information about NYC can be found on its website at

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