Beefbar, an upscale meat-focused restaurant, will open its first U.S. location at 105 Hudson Street, a long-vacant retail space and former home of Nobu’s Tribeca outpost. The venture is the first collaboration between global restaurateur Riccardo Giraudi of Monaco and TriBeCa Hospitality, the sponsor of the Beefbar restaurant.
The team has yet to reveal how it plans to renovate the 6,420 square foot space, which has been vacant for five years. The menu is described as “a reflection of cosmopolitan culture” and will feature a mix of international street food and cuts of meat from around the world.
“With the flight to quality in the market, our vision to reinvigorate 105 Hudson Street and better position the asset has helped generate strong interest in the building, and we are delighted that it stands out from Beefbar and that ‘it will house their first US location,” said Peter Braus, Managing Director and Co-Founder of Lee & Associates NYC. “Together with the property, we developed and executed a strategy to ensure that 105 Hudson Street would stands out among a glut of vacancies in the trade corridor.”
Lee & Associates represented the owner, Fine Arts Housing, Inc. in the transaction, while RIPCO Real Estate represented TriBeCa Hospitality Group. The asking rent was $150 per square foot.
No details have been revealed on when the restaurant is expected to debut.
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