In addition to a street art museum near the Holland Tunnel and more studio spaces at the original location, Moishe Mana has plans to take Mana Contemporary global with two new spaces in Los Angeles and London. The current site in Jersey City is 1.5 million-square-feet of exhibition space, storage, and artist studios. That may sound like more than enough room, but as the center's popularity grows, so does the studio space waiting list and overall interest in the types of shows that they stage.
Shai Baitel, VP for strategy at Mana, says that they are looking for "large industrial buildings that we can transform into gallery spaces and studios at the same standard as Jersey City’s. We are a very large art community and also the largest collection manager, so we’re looking to expand to places with important galleries and solid collectors." Mana has already opened new locations in Chicago and Wynwood, so don't expect LA and London to be the final pieces in the puzzle.