Nobu, one of the city’s most iconic restaurants, will move out of its longtime Tribeca home by early 2017.
Nobu will open a 14,384-square-foot new location at 195 Broadway, according to the New York Post. The restaurant will also occupy a ground-floor space on the Fulton Street side and part of the lower level, the newspaper reported. L&L Holding and JP Morgan Investment Management own the building.
Asking rents at the two vacant retail spaces at 195 Broadway are between $500 and $600 per square foot, the newspaper reported.
“We always believed that 195 Broadway and northwestern downtown would commingle with Tribeca,” L&L founder David Levinson told the newspaper. “With the move of an original Tribeca icon, Nobu, to 195, we have realized our vision.”