Milanese restaurant with celeb following inks 15-year lease at Brookfield Place

Sant Ambroeus' new outpost spans 7K sf

TRD New York /
Jul.July 11, 2017 09:45 AM

Brookfield Place at 230 Vesey Street (Credit: Brookfield Place via Facebook)

Upscale restaurant chain Sant Ambroeus is taking its Milanese cuisine to Brookfield Place.

The eatery, which enjoys a celebrity following, plans to open a 7,000-square-foot restaurant at Brookfield Property Partners’ 200 Vesey Street, the New York Post reported. The restaurant will occupy two floors and feature a coffee shop and dining room, Fronting On West Street.

The restaurant is expected to open in the second quarter of 2018. The terms of the 15-year lease were not immediately available.

Celebrity fans of Sant Ambroeus include Hillary Duff, the Olsen twins and Tory Burch.

Brookfield was represented in-house by Michael Goldban and Mark Kostic. Sant Ambroeus was represented by RKF’s Spencer Levy.

The restaurant already has a few locations in New York on Madison Avenue, West 4th Street and Lafayette Street. [NYP] — Kathryn Brenzel 

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