Crozier Fine Arts Announces Acquisition of Cirkers
Purchase expands Crozier’s fine arts storage capability with 35,000-square foot Brooklyn facility.
We are pleased to announce the acquisition of Cirkers Williamsburg. With the purchase, Crozier acquires all of Cirkers’ customers and its state-of-the-art 35,000 square foot art storage facility in Brooklyn, NY.
Founded in 1873, Cirkers has a legacy of providing general storage and transport services to the New York market. Over the past 40 years the company has evolved into a prominent provider of climate-controlled storage for art and antiques, and now serves some of the world’s most prominent collectors, gallery owners and museum registrars.
This transaction reinforces Crozier’s leadership in the metro New York market and mid-Atlantic region, where it offers over 700,000 square feet of fine art storage and best-in-class client services provided from eight separate locations in four states.
“The acquisition of Cirkers helps us deepen all of our offerings by leveraging their service and logistics capabilities across greater New York, as well as extending our storage options into a prime location in Williamsburg,” said Simon Hornby, president of Crozier Fine Arts. “It gives us a recently renovated, first class storage facility with expansion opportunity in Brooklyn, and access to an experienced, professional team that adheres to the same high standards as Crozier. We look forward to welcoming Cirkers’ clients into the Crozier family and delivering to them the same levels of impeccable service they have come to expect.”
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