Food hall Union Fare takes 21K sf at West Chelsea rental building

Eatery signed up for a 10-year lease at 282 11th Avenue

New York /
Jun.June 02, 2017 09:00 AM

Industrial-chic food hall Union Fare is making its way to the West Side. The eatery inked a deal to take 21,000 square feet on the ground floor of the Avalon West Chelsea.

It will be Union Fare’s second location in the city, the Commercial Observer reported. The Will Kim-owned eatery is based at 7 East 17th Street in Union Square.

The lease at 282 11th Avenue is for 10 years, according to the publication. A new restaurant called Union Fare Grill will be included in the space.

The asking rent was $75 per square foot, according to CO, and the new food hall will open by the end of the year. Newmark Knight Frank‘s Ross Kaplan represented the tenant and the landlord in the deal.

The Avalon West Chelsea owned by AvalonBay Communities has 710 rental units.

[CO]Miriam Hall


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