The main corridor at UOVO: NYC, featuring four of the building's five private viewing rooms.

The New York Times Visits UOVO

November 13, 2018

With the announcement of our fourth facility, UOVO: BROOKLYN, the New York Times visited our flagship in New York City to reflect on the company’s remarkable growth as well as larger trends in the art storage market:

“The global art report, from the international art fair Art Basel and the Swiss investment bank UBS, showed that sales were 12 percent higher last year than in 2016. The United States was the largest market, with 42 percent of sales by value. That’s good news for Uovo, which provides concierge storage services in New York for art, fashion and other collections…In the three years that UOVO has been in business, it has expanded from one 280,000-square-foot site in Long Island City, Queens, to two more in Rockland County for a total of 520,000 square feet. A fourth facility, being built in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn, will add 150,000 square feet.”

Read the complete story on the New York Time’s website