Washington Heights’ first food hall set to open in March

North End Food Hall will debut inside 6K sf at Sugar Hill Capital's 4300 Broadway

TRD New York TRD WEEKEND EDITION /
Dec.December 23, 2018 10:01 AM

Washington Heights’ first food hall is set to open next year, and it will be anchored by an outpost from popular pub Harlem Public.

The North End Food Hall will open in March in the base of Sugar Hill Capital’s 4300 Broadway at West 183rd Street, Eater reported.

The 6,000-square-foot space will have enough room for 120 people, and will include eateries like the Upper West Side ramen spot Jin Ramen and Salt and Bone Smokehouse, which was created by the team behind the popular Bareburger chain.

The food hall is the first of its kind for Washington Heights, and real estate insiders are already looking for it to help improve retail in the area the way that Harlem has experienced.

Sugar Hill, which is based in Harlem, bought the 54-unit 4300 Broadway for $21.6 million in 2016.The company recently purchased a large multifamily portfolio in Harlem for north of $250 million. [Eater] — Rich Bockmann


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