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UOVO, the fastest growing art storage and services company, opens third New York facility
The newly renovated facility addresses the rapidly increasing demand for the company's high standard of collections care that is maximally efficient and cost-effective.

NEW YORK, NY.- UOVO, the premier provider of fine art storage and collections management services, announced the opening of UOVO:100 Bradley PKWY, the latest edition to its rapidly-growing portfolio of facilities. Located 17 miles north of Manhattan in Rockland County, the facility expands the range of high-caliber services and cost-effective storage options UOVO offers.

UOVO caters to leading museums, nonprofit institutions, commercial galleries, and foundations, as well as individual collectors and artists. It also offers fashion houses archival storage for couture collections. Since launching in 2013, UOVO's footprint has grown to over 550,000 square feet; the company now serves over 600 clients. UOVO addresses needs ranging from temporary storage of a single painting, to the development of bespoke private spaces within UOVO's facilities to store, preserve, and study collections. UOVO's state-of-the-art facilities and distinctive concierge service model have elevated the stewardship of artworks and archives.

The newly renovated facility addresses the rapidly increasing demand for the company's high standard of collections care that is maximally efficient and cost-effective. In an art market characterized by an unprecedented volume of acquisitions by institutions and private collectors, UOVO has seen a correlated rise in demand for art and archival services including storage, transportation, installations, and private viewings.

UOVO delivers tailored programs for each client's operational and budgetary needs, capitalizing on the building's 25-foot high ceilings and constructing specialized racking, cabinets, and furnishings suited to each client's objects and working preferences. The purpose-designed facility offers:

• Customized private rooms and concierge shared storage
• State-of-the-art security
• Strictly monitored climate and temperature controls
• An on-site viewing room with customizable lighting
• Private workspaces
• A digital inventory system which can integrate with a client-facing mobile database
• Same day access to Manhattan provided by UOVO's fleet of trucks

The Founder and Chairman of the company is Steve Guttman, former CEO of the Federal Realty Investment Trust and the Founder of Storage Deluxe Management Company, which has developed over 55 properties in the New York region. He was recently awarded the Legion of Honor by France, the nation's highest honor, for his philanthropic work with the Centre Pompidou Foundation. Guttman explains, "In less than 3 years, UOVO has become the leader in art storage and services in the New York area. We have built relationships with many of the most important museums and collectors in the world, as well as smaller organizations and collectors that are just getting started. UOVO's expansion allows us to better serve to our clients by providing them with a broader array of customized solutions for their service and storage needs."

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