Food hall takes 10,000 sf at 230 Park

TRD New York /
Feb.February 22, 2014 12:00 PM

 The food hall manager behind Mad. Sq. Eats, Broadway Bites and Dekalb Market has inked a long-term lease for 10,000 square feet of retail space at 230 Park Avenue.

Over the next year, the new tenant, UrbanSpace, will transform 230 Park Avenue’s pedestrian passageway into a food hall for between 20 and 30 eateries, according to the New York Observer.

“We are absolutely thrilled to be working with Eldon Scott [president of Urban Space] and his creative New York City team,” Anthony Westreich, chief executive of landlord Monday Properties, said in a prepared statement. “I believe that our architecturally striking restaurant space at 230 Park Avenue is destined to attain legendary status as a food destination.  We will revive Grand Central Terminal’s fabled dining legacy with a food hall like no other in New York City.”

Amira Yunis and Ben Daniels of CBRE represented UrbanSpace. Monday Properties was represented in-house by Jordan Berger, and by Steven Soutendijk and Christopher Schwart of Cushman & Wakefield. [NYO]Christopher Cameron


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
(iStock)

Is winter coming? Real estate stocks dragged down by 4th week of market decline

Is winter coming? Real estate stocks dragged down by 4th week of market decline
From left: Michael Fuchs, Aby Rosen, Brandon Singer and Michael Cody (Getty, iStock)

Aby Rosen, Michael Fuchs back new retail brokerage

Aby Rosen, Michael Fuchs back new retail brokerage
Companies are relying on surveys and other data points to determine who will come back to offices first. (iStock)

How do companies decide who should return to offices first? It’s tricky

How do companies decide who should return to offices first? It’s tricky
UDR President Jeffrey Davis, AvalonBay Timothy Naughton Equity Residential's Sam Zell (LinkedIn; AvalonBay; Getty)

Investors bank on urban real estate comeback

Investors bank on urban real estate comeback
HelloFresh’s NYC HQ (Courtesy of Industry City, HelloFresh by Eric Laignel)

HelloFresh inks Industry City deal for content studio

HelloFresh inks Industry City deal for content studio
A rendering of the Climate Solutions Center with Trust for Governors Island CEO Clare Newman and Mayor de Blasio (Rendering via WXY architecture + urban design/bloomimages; Governor's Island; Getty)

Going green: Governors Island could soon house climate center

Going green: Governors Island could soon house climate center
Nightingale’s Eli Schwartz and 111 Wall Street (Credit: Google Maps)

Nightingale, Wafra seek $860M to redevelop 111 Wall Street

Nightingale, Wafra seek $860M to redevelop 111 Wall Street
The Real Deal founder and publisher Amir Korangy and Massey Knakal founder Bob Knakal

JLL’s Bob Knakal on the future of New York

JLL’s Bob Knakal on the future of New York
arrow_forward_ios

The Deal's newsletters give you the latest scoops, fresh headlines, marketing data, and things to know within the industry.

Loading...