Who’s a good landlord? You are! Museum of the Dog moves to HJ Kalikow’s Midtown skyscraper

American Kennel Club signs 60K sf lease at 101 Park Avenue

101 Park Avenue (Credit: 101 Park)
101 Park Avenue (Credit: 101 Park)

101 Park Avenue, now home to 101 Dalmatians.

The American Kennel Club is moving its Museum of the Dog from Missouri to HJ Kalikow’s 49-story Midtown tower.

The organization said it signed a 60,000-square-foot lease at the tower for its museum and national headquarters. The Kennel Club had previously announced that it would be ditching its museum’s current home in St. Louis for Manhattan, but the building wasn’t known.

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The museum includes 700 paintings of dogs.

Other tenants in the building are Hitachi Data Systems, Tiger Foundation and Morgan Stanley. Last month Sandow Media agreed to sublease 40,000 square feet from Conde Nast. — Konrad Putzier

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