Williams Equities announces that it signed an iconic gourmet Italian eatery Mangia to a long-term, 9,500-square-foot restaurant lease at 57 West 57th Street.
At the northeast corner of 57th Street and Avenue of the Americas, Mangia will occupy almost 3,000 sf of ground floor space, housing a barista station, Italian bakery, brick pizza oven, and other food services. The lower level, consisting of more than 6,000 sf, will be home to their catering facility.
Relocating from across 57th Street where it has been in operation since its launch in 1981, Mangia is scheduled to open at 57 West 57th Street, also known as 1400 Avenue of Americas, Q2 2023. With four prime locations, Mangia is one of New York City’s most desirable Italian eateries, famous for its farm-to-table gourmet artisan Italian cuisine.
Michael Cohen, Principal with Williams Equities noted ".....Mangia is a perfect compliment .....and will be a great amenity for the tenants in our building."
Zach Nathan, David Green, and Brad Mendelson of Colliers International, represented ownership in the transaction. Adam Henick and Jennifer Bernstein, of Current Real Estate Advisors, represented the tenant.
Michael Joseph, of Colliers International, represented ownership in all of the office transactions.
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