October News Roundup
News highlights include restaurant openings and announcements, new office tenants, and hotel construction progress. Stay in the know with the latest Flatiron & NoMad News.
Restaurants & Bars
- Maialino, the Roman-Italian restaurant, relocated and reopened at the Redbury Hotel in NoMad (via Wine Spectator).
- COTE and Hawksmoor NYC were featured in ‘What’s the Best Steakhouse in NYC?’ (via Eater New York).
- Beecher’s Handmade Cheese closed its Flatiron location (via Eater New York).
- Junoon was featured in ‘The Best 15 Indian Restaurants in NYC’ (via Thrillist).
- Eleven Madison Park has become the first 3 Michelin star vegan restaurant (via VegNews).
- Fabletics opened in Flatiron at 168 Fifth Avenue (via Her Campus).
- The Vasper, The Ritz-Carlton New York NoMad, and Remedy Place were featured in ’18 New Venues in New York for Fall 2022 Meetings and Events’ (via Biz Bash).
- Beam Suntory has moved headquarters to Flatiron at 11 Madison Avenue (via European Supermarket Magazine).
- Arlo NoMad was featured in ‘Best Family Hotels in New York’ (via The Times UK).
- Commercial Observer hosted their Annual Power Gala at the Ritz-Carlton New York NoMad (via Commercial Observer).
- Williams Equities has signed a 18,364 sq/ft lease at 136 Madison Avenue in NoMad relocating from the Empire State Building (via Connect CRE).
- Boston Properties has bought a $280 million stake in 200 Fifth Avenue in Flatiron (via Globest).
- GumGum, a digital advertising company, has signed a 6,500 sq/ft lease at 1245 Broadway in NoMad for their NYC flagship office (via New York Business Journal).
- Franklin Templeton‘s renting of 347,000 sq/ft at 1 Madison Avenue was featured in the article ‘Manhattan Office Leasing Rebounds to Pre-pandemic Levels’ (via Crain’s New York).
- OTTO Brand Lab has signed a 5,000 sq/ft lease at 25 West 26th Street (via Commercial Observer).
Around the Neighborhood
- The first annual Indigenous People of the Americas Parade was held on October 15 (via Patch).
- Artist and choreographer, Beau Bree Rhee, performed Shadow of the Sea at Madison Square Park (via The New York Times).
Header & Thumbnail Photo Credit: Maialino