Cipriani, the world-renowned and celebrated restaurateur, has revealed a first look at their brand new Cipriani Food Hall coming to Waterline Square. The Cipriani Food Hall, which was designed by Martin Brudnizki, is Cipriani’s first-ever large scale culinary food hall experience.Read More
The Hudson Yards neighborhood has officially opened to the public, marking a historic moment for New York City. The mega-development has already contributed more than $10 billion to New York City’s GDP through construction. Hudson Yards developers Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group were joined by U.S. Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer, Congressman Adriano Espaillat, Congressman Jerrold Nadler, ctnd.Read More
Work has begun to relocate and renovate the South Street Seaport's landmarked Tin Building, the former home of the the Fulton Fish Market. The building, which was damaged in a 1995 fire and Hurricane Sandy in 2012, will be meticulously dismantled piece by piece before being moved roughly 30' east and reassembled.Read More
Time Out, the British-based company that is behind the Time Out series of magazines as well as the Time Out Market Lisbon and Time Out Market Miami, has announced that they will be opening a food hall on the Dumbo waterfront later this year.Read More
When it comes to separating a project from the competition there can never be any shortage of creativity. On Monday, November 6th, more than 75 guests gathered at the Waterline Square Sales Gallery to launch the third annual CS Talks, Corcoran Sunshine's eight-day industry event series, with an exclusive event hosted by famed food and hospitality group, The Cipriani Family, and project developer, GID Development Group.Read More
Hudson Yards will be getting its first restaurant in Henry Hall. Legacy Records, named to pay homage to the recording studio that was once located there. The 85-seat restaurant will be opened by Robert Bohr, Grand Reynolds and Ryan Hardy, who launched the popular Charlie Bird and Pasquale Jones restaurant concepts; along with Jim Meehan, co-founder of the speakeasy PDT, top sommelier Arvid Rosengren, and famed bartender Jeff Bell. When it opens this fall (2017), Legacy Records will be the first and only restaurant in the Hudson Yards Special District for the foreseeable future as Related Companies plows forward on the $20 billion redevelopment project. The restaurant will feature a menu with seafood and Mediterranean influences with an American twist. The design will feature teak wood and leather with white marble. Henry Hall was developed by Imperial Companies and is located at 515 West 38th Street. The residential rental tower rises 33 stories, features 225 apartments and was designed by designed by Ismael Leyva and BKSK Architects.