Fast food fans rejoice: Hardee’s is opening its first New York City location in Brooklyn.
One of the country’s largest burger chains will open its first outpost in Prospect Lefferts Gardens. The burger joint will open in a 2,000 s/f space directly across from Kings County Hospital at 500 Clarkson Avenue.
Wayne Rose, of Rose Retail Group, represented the tenant and the landlord in the deal. The Hardee’s franchisee will also open a Sbarro’s restaurant in the same building at 504 Clarkson Avenue. Rose said the leases together totaled $2.4 million. The
space was formerly co-occupied by a Nathan’s Famous hot dog restaurant and an Arthur Treacher’s fish and chips shop.
Hardee’s is owned CKE Restaurant Holdings, which also owns burger chain Carl’s Jr. The parent company operates more than 3,000 Hardee’s stores in 40 states across the country.