Korean restaurant Gaonnuri will open its second location at the new Hudson Lights development in Fort Lee, NJ.
The Siderow Organization announced the deal completed between their client, Gaonnuri, and the owner of Hudson Lights.
This is the first expansion of Gaonnuri beyond their initial restaurant dubbed “the new Rainbow Room” by the New York Post.
Perched on the top floor of 1250 Broadway and overlooking the Manhattan skyline, Gaonnuri has distinguished itself as a unique dining experience with authentic Korean food with modern variations.
“By expanding across the George Washington Bridge, Gaonnuri is feeding into the increased demand for high-end Korean dining,” said Bradford Siderow, The Siderow Organization, who represented Gaonnuri.
The restaurant will occupy 6,462 s/f of space in the property.
The landlord, TDC Fort Lee, was represented by Barry Fishbach, Robert K. Futterman in the 15-year deal.
The project’s developer, Tucker Development, expects to have all of the planned 143,000 s/fof retail space fully leased soon.
Thirteen retail, restaurant, and entertainment tenants have committed to spaces at the project, which also will include 276 luxury apartments when the first phase of the construction is completed at the end of this year.
The second phase will include 201 additional apartment units, a hotel, and another 50,000 square feet of retail space and parking.
The largest retail tenant so far is the eight-screen iPic movie theater, which will occupy 34,000 square feet.
A CVS pharmacy will occupy 13,494 s/f. Other tenants include Coldwell Banker real estate, Capital One Bank, Paris Baguette, Anthony Franco’s Pizza, Shesmiss clothing store, European Wax Center, Tutti Nails and Spa, 16 Handles.