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Katz brings Hungry Ghost to Bleecker Street

Hungry Ghost, Murat Uyaroglu’s growing New York coffee brand known for its charming décor and high-quality coffee and food, is debuting in New York City’s West Village.

DANIEL DePASQUALE

Daniel D. DePasquale, director, Katz & Associates, represented Hungry Ghost for a new coffee shop at 315 Bleecker Street, an ideal neighborhood corner.

The new location, which is set to open in spring 2021, is DePasquale’s fourth deal for Hungry Ghost. Caleb Petersen of Newmark represented the landlord.

The new Hungry Ghost on 315 Bleecker Street in Manhattan is 650 s/fplus basement. It has a cast-iron façade with large windows and a brick exterior. The interior design features the original tin ceiling and beautiful tile floors. Hungry Ghost brews Stumptown coffee and serves Serendipitea teas.

“It’s exciting to work with Hungry Ghost owner Murat Uyaroglu who prides himself on providing the best espresso experience to the community,” said DePasquale. “The first-class coffee, beautiful décor, friendly and dedicated baristas, and the ideal corner spot on Bleecker will make this a great asset to the neighborhood.”

Hungry Ghost Coffee was founded in 2012 by Murat Uyaroglu, an immigrant from Turkey. The goal from day one has been to create a warm, welcoming gathering spot for the community while serving the highest quality coffee and food items. There are now 15 locations throughout Brooklyn and Manhattan including on the NYU Tisch campus, as well as at the High Line.

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