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Koreatown gets new eatery

Korean eatery Jungsik is set to open in Koreatown.

SCG Retail announced the signing of a 4,875 s/f lease at 151 West 30th Street near Seventh.

SCG’s Ian Rice anbd Seth Kessler represent represented the landlord, Lake Street, which owns the entire building.

“This is a great fit for the building,” said Kessler. “There’s activity in the area day and night, as well as weekends due to its proximity to Madison Square Garden and Penn Station. Jungsik has a tremendous reputation for quality and its unique spin on Korean cuisine. Lake Street is thrilled with the signing.”

Casal J. San Andres of the Buckley Organization represented the tenant, which also has a location in Tribeca.

Rice and Kessler are currenlty makretin 2,875 s/f on the ground floor of 151 West 30th that offers 50 ft. of street frontage. Another 2,000 s/f is available on the lower level.

A spokesman for Lake Street said, “We’ve been very happy with how Ian and Seth are finding the right tenants for us to consider.”

Jungsik expects to open within six months.

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