Caterer Great Performances doubling footprint, relocating to South Bronx’s Bruckner Building

Company is leaving its longtime home in Hudson Square

TRD New York /
Jan.January 28, 2019 12:45 PM

The Bruckner Building at 2417 Third Avenue in Mott Haven with Savanna’s Chris Schlank (Credit: Google Maps and Max Dworkin)

Catering company Great Performances is moving from Hudson Square to the South Bronx, where it will almost double in size.

The company will move to the Bruckner Building at 2417 Third Avenue in Mott Haven over the summer, where it will lease about 41,000 square feet, according to the New York Post. It had just 24,500 square feet in its 304 Hudson Street location.

Great Performances is moving in the wake of Disney’s purchase of four buildings in the neighborhood last year for its new headquarters tower. Great Performances had been at its Hudson Square location for 26 years.

Its Bronx location will be split between the ground and third floors of the Bruckner Building. Asking rent was between $25 to $30 per square foot.

The property is owned by Savanna and Hornig Capital Partners, which spent $12 million to modernize the building. [NYP] – Eddie Small

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