The location of Bourdain Market, Anthony Bourdain’s hotly anticipated 100,000-square-foot food stall extravaganza, will be Youngwoo & Associates and RXR Realty’s Pier 57 in the Meatpacking District.
Bourdain is in negotiations to take a space at the former shipping and passenger terminal, which is being rebranded as SuperPier, according to the New York Observer. The entire facility spans about 560,000 square feet, and Bourdain Market will take up the entire retail portion. Bourdain is negotiating directly with the developers.
The facility is located at 15th Street on the Hudson River.
The announcement comes just one day after news broke that Google will be taking 250,000 square feet in the building.
It will cost $20-30 million to build out the space, which will include a farmer’s market, an oyster bar, a bakery, a tapas bar, and cuisines from around the world, according to Bourdain’s business partner, Stephen Werther. Some food stalls will be permanent, while others will rotate in and out.