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Restaurant Row space expected to have eatery tenants excited

A coveted space on Harlem’s Restaurant Row is being marketed by the the Douglas Elliman retail leasing team of Faith Hope Consolo, chairman, Joseph Aquino, and Arthur Maglio.

The team has been awarded the exclusive agency for a 6,500 s/fretail/restaurant space at 2280 Frederick Douglass Blvd., between 122nd and 123rd Streets.

Located on the ground level of award-winning residential condominium 2280FDB, the space features 55-feet of all glass frontage.

In addition to being two blocks south of 125th Street, it is in the heart of Harlem’s Restaurant Row, close to such highly acclaimed dining destinations as The Cecil, Vinateria, Chocolat Restaurant & Lounge, Savann Mediterranean, Marcus Samuelsson’s newly opened Sweetbird Rotisserie, Blujeen, Harlem Tavern, Chef Serena Bass’s Lido Italian Bistro and, coming soon, Buffalo Wild Wings.

“The new residential development along Frederick Douglass Blvd. has been instrumental in transforming this strip into a go-to for dining and entertainment,” said Consolo.

“The space has all the bells and whistles. It’s primed and ready to become the neighborhood’s next great retail or restaurant establishment”

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