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Brookfield unveils plan for Manhattan West ‘culinary destination’

Brookfield Properties and C3, a subsidiary of hospitality company sbe, announced plans for a new culinary destination at Manhattan West, the eight-acre complex Brookfield is developing on Manhattan’s Far West Side.

Named Citizens, C3’s new concept will bring together a curated collection of established and new culinary brands at two full-service restaurants, multiple bars and a fast-casual market hall.

The 40,000 s/f venue, located in Five Manhattan West, will be designed by David Rockwell.

sbe founder Sam Nazarian said, “The future of dining is casual, mobile and experiential and C3 is delivering on that reality with the opening of Citizens.”

Andrew Brent, Vice President, Brookfield Properties, said, “Hudson Eats at Brookfield Place has been a major success, but we wanted to create something even bigger and bolder at Manhattan West. The marketplace, restaurant and bar concepts created by sbe will provide elevated culinary experiences for the diverse array of audiences drawn to Manhattan West.”
Manhattan West will feature six million square feet of office space, 844 luxury residences and a boutique hotel.

In addition, Manhattan West will feature more than 200,000 s/f of retail amenities, including a restaurant by Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group and a 60,000 s/f Whole Foods.

Peloton is creating a 35,000 s/f flagship location that will house the company’s broadcast and production operations.

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