email Audrey Regan

Things come and go. That's the way life is.  It's important
to document what happens, especially the stuff that's gone in a flash. 

What used to be the Audart Gallery, on the street level of 60 Broad Street, at the back, is now a fancy retail chocolate store.  But, I remember the first chocolate that was ever displayed in the space. It was Ultra Violet's "Politically Incorrect" chocolate installation, for "Ten Years After: The Warhol Factory" exhibition.  That was back in the winter of 1997.   I never had a show at  Audart but everytime I dropped by, everyone was nice to me and took a real interest in my sculpture.   Things come and go.  I was happy to find this website.  

Thanks Audart.

Peter Ball
Sculptor / Mixed Media Artist
Long Island, New York


New York, NY — CH Commercial Real Estate Group, LLC today announced that Christopher Norman Chocolates, Ltd. has leased 3,860
 square  feet of space on the ground floor of 60 Broad Street, New York, NY, with a storefront entrance on New Street. The gourmet
chocolatier has  signed a 15-year lease at the property.  The tenant was represented by Timothy Norton and Michael Forrest of CH
Commercial, a division  of Citi Habitats, Inc. The building is owned by a partnership of Cogswell Realty Group, LLC and Lend Lease
Real Estate. The partnership was represented by Maria Marra of Cogswell.  The new space will serve as the corporate and manufacturing
headquarters for Christopher  Norman Chocolates, and will include a retail shop bearing the company’s custom chocolate confections,
hot chocolate, espresso and other delicacies.