A place has opened up along the restaurant row that surrounds the United Nations headquarters in Turtle Bay.
Winick Realty Group president Steven E. Baker just announced the availability of 3,000 s/f of retail at 310 East 44th Street, between First and Second Avenues, steps from the United Nations.
Baker and his associate Charles Rapuano are marketing the rare restaurant space on behalf of The Brodsky Organization. “The area surrounding the United Nations is home to dense, affluent residential and commercial populations that have brought success to nearby high-end restaurants including Megu, The Palms, The Smith and Crave Fishbar, among many others,” said Baker.
“The retail at 310 East 44th Street represents a rare opportunity for a restaurateur to lease a fully-built-out restaurant space in this neighborhood.”
The retail at 310 East 44th Street comes with venting. With 70 feet of all-glass frontage, the restaurant is poised to capture the constant foot traffic from nearby Dag Hammarskjold Plaza and the United Nations Landmark Complex, which is currently undergoing a $1.9 billion overhaul.
The storefront is situated one block from UN Plaza Hotel and within walking distance of many new constructions, including 50 United Nations, an ultra-luxury, 43-story residential condominium.