We covered quite a bit last week! And as usual, a big chunk of it was about food. In case you missed some of our updates, here are some highlights from the week of December 10th through 17th.
Kosher eatery Coffeeberry has closed. The owner is looking to sell the restaurant and have someone take over their lease.
A new Kosher restaurant will open. Holy Schnitzel will be moving into 654 Amsterdam Ave (where Amsterdam Burger Co was previously located.
A second Van Leeuwen will open on the Upper West Side! The Brooklyn-based ice cream company is in rapid expansion mode.
Real Estate + Construction
A judge has ruled in favor of the American Museum of Natural History’s plan to expand with the construction of the Richard Gilder Center.
A mixed-use development is in the works at 1841 Broadway on 60th Street.
The Time Warner Center will be renamed the Deutsche Bank Center, as the bank has leased a massive amount of office space from them.
New Plaza Cinema Screenings will begin on December 26th at the NYIT theater.
There’s a huge gingerbread replica of NYC at the Time Warner Center.
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