Manhattan Skyline Management Corp. is bringing sushi eatery MakiMaki to 1369 Avenue of the Americas in Manhattan.
The restaurant, which originated from a big brother location in Miami that still operates its popular outpost there, will occupy the 975s/f, two-floor commercial space in the Plaza District.
“MakiMaki is an excellent addition to the restaurant mix along this midtown corridor,” said Joshua Roth, Vice President, Retail Leasing for Manhattan Skyline Management Corp., who represented both landlord and tenant in the deal. “We saw that the food base was working in this neighborhood and what made MakiMaki especially compelling was the owner’s strong roots in the restaurant business. We believed in him and his concept and I’m sure MakiMaki will soon enjoy the same devoted following in New York City that Toni’s does in South Beach.”
The store’s interior is designed by Yoshimi Kono. the space previously housed Vitamin Museum.