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Brooklyn Fare to open in West Village

Brooklyn Fare, the grocery store with Brooklyn’s only three Michelin-starred restaurant at its Downtown Brooklyn location, has signed a lease in the West Village.

666 Greenwich
666 Greenwich

This will be its third store in New York City and second Manhattan location. The store will occupy approximately 14,000 s/f at 666 Greenwich Street, a ten-story mixed-use building totaling 500,000 s/f and 479 residential units.  Also known as the Archive, the property is owned by Rockrose Development Corp.

RYAN CONDREN
RYAN CONDREN

Brooklyn Fare is scheduled to open the new West Village location in the spring of 2016.

“We couldn’t be more excited to help assist Brooklyn Fare with its expansion plans into the historic West Village,” said Ryan Condren, managing director of the CPEX Brooklyn Retail Leasing Team.

“The Archive, distinguished by the striking red brick of its Romanesque, Revival-style exterior, was the perfect, iconic building for Brooklyn Fare to operate out of and provide its services for the local community.”

CPEX’s Brooklyn Retail Leasing Team, consisting of managing director Ryan Condren, associate director George Danut, and associate Keat Chew, represented Brooklyn Fare in negotiating the lease transaction. Patricia Dunphy served as the in-house representation for Rockrose Development Corp.

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