Children’s Museum of Manhattan Acquires Former Church in Manhattan for $45M, to Relocate in 2021

NEW YORK CITY — Children’s Museum of Manhattan has acquired a new property located at 361 Central Park W. in Manhattan’s Upper West Side. 361 Central Park West LLC sold the property for $45 million. Children’s Museum of Manhattan plans to move its primary operations at 212 W. 83rd St. to the new location, which is a landmarked structure and a former church designed by Carrère & Hastings. The museum plans to open at the new location in 2021. Andrew Chonoles, Ross Yustein, Christopher Terry and Michael Scharpf of law firm Kleinberg Kaplan represented the museum in the acquisition.

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