Whole Foods Market has opened its newest New York store at Manhattan West.
. The 60,245 s/f store is situated within 450 West 33rd St., is part of the 5.4 million-square-foot Hudson Yards development from Brookfield Properties.
Shoppers can enter the store on Ninth Avenue between 31st and 33rd Streets and on the corner of 31st Street and 10th Avenue.
“At Manhattan West, we are curating a new culinary destination with innovative restaurants, bars, a food hall, and, with the opening of the new Whole Foods, a major world-class market that will cater to New Yorkers and visitors of all kinds,” said Andrew Brent, of Brookfield Properties.
The new store Manhattan West features a “Friends of Whole Foods Market” where shoppers can buy takeout food and drinks and a cocktail bar called West Side Corner which is currently offering signature cocktails to-go when paired with cheeseboards.
The store includes a Brewery Fresh Bar, which serves limited release beers, local craft brews, wine, kombucha and ciders, all in cans.
The store’s produce department features selections from more than 15 local growers and there is a full-service butcher, bakery and beauty section
Stretching from Ninth to Tenth Avenues and 31st to 33rd Streets, Manhattan West is Brookfield Properties’ newest development with six million square feet of Class-A office space, 844 luxury residences at The Eugene, and the Pendry Manhattan West boutique hotel.
In addition to Whole Foods, Manhattan West’s 200,000 s/f of retail space will feature a signature restaurant by Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group, a new concept from C3 and Elemental — a hospitality and design company led by Charles Ryan, Josh Cohen, and Warren Adcock — is designing a new entertainment and restaurant venue.
Peloton has a 35,000 s/f flagship location called “Peloton Studios” that includes showrooms, broadcast and production operation, in the development.