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Toll Brothers tower welcomes Tarallucci e Vino

400 Park Avenue South
400 Park Avenue South

Eastern Consolidated and Neal Cabot Ohm have arranged a long-term, 2,023 s/f lease for Tarallucci e Vino at the base of 400 Park Avenue South, a new luxury residential building in NoMad being developed by Toll Brothers City Living and Equity Residential.

This will be the well-known Italian restaurant’s fifth location in New York City.

The retail space, at the corner of East 28th Street and Park Avenue South, also includes 1,100 s/f of outdoor, property-lined seating and more than 40 feet of frontage along East 28th Street.

Tarallucci e Vino — founded by Abruzzese restaurateur Luca Di Pietro — features an Italian dining experience with an artisanal menu that pairs with a list of wines by small-batch producers.
Tarallucci e Vino offers breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, pastries, drinks, and coffee, and maintains four existing locations in Union Square, Cooper Hewitt, the East Village, and on the Upper West Side.

Brad Cohen

“Tarallucci e Vino and its acclaimed, authentic offerings are an ideal fit for this stunning new building rising in the heart of NoMad,” said Brad Cohen, Senior Director for the Retail Leasing Division at Eastern Consolidated, who represented ownership in the transaction.

“The property’s developers designed the retail space at 400 Park Avenue South and its incredible package of amenities to serve as an “extension of future residents’ living rooms.” With menu items offered throughout the entire day, this restaurant will be a convenient option for residents and the greater community.”

“The casual elegance of Tarallucci e Vino’s bar and café culture will culminate in an architecturally significant space at 400 Park Avenue South, which is located steps away from the No. 6 subway line and benefits from great foot traffic,” said Neal Cabot Ohm, who represented the tenant.

“The restaurant’s growing presence throughout Manhattan is amplified by Tarallucci’s carefully-selected seasonal menus made with sustainably grown, raised, and caught ingredients plus wonderful Italian wine selections. I look forward to continue working with them as they also look to expand to the Upper East Side and Midtown.”

The angular, 40-story building at 400 Park Avenue South — situated two blocks away from Madison Square Park — was designed by the architect Christian de Portzamparc.

Upon completion, the property will offer a mix of condominiums and rentals, complemented by a 15,000 s/f basement amenity space, theater, fitness center, and 60-foot swimming pool.

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