Aerial Dance, ‘Circus’ Studio Moves to Woodbridge from New Haven

11 Research No. 4A studio that teaches students of all ages the arts of aerial dance and circus acts has moved to 11 Research Drive, unit #4, in Woodbridge, in a deal exclusively brokered by Levey Miller Maretz.

Air Temple Arts, which previously was located in downtown New Haven, has leased 3,000 square of space in a five-year lease that began Nov. 1.

Jeremy Rosner and Diane Urbano of Levey Miller Maretz represented the landlord, Research Development LLC. Mike Boyarski, also of Levey Miller Maretz, represented the tenants.

Air Temple Arts, owned by Stacey Kigner, teaches students of all ability levels forms of trapeze, aerial skills and lyra (aerial hoop) skills. It also teaches traditional circus acts, such as contortion, tumbling, juggling, partner acrobatics and handstands.

Watch a video of the business, as featured on PBS, here.

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