Bar & Restaurant
The Upper East Side is the richest neighborhood in NYC, and it’s also one of the busiest. With museums like the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim, stores like Frette and Alexis Bittar, and easy access to Central Park, both out-of-towners and tourist head uptown. This under-construction space is positioned in the middle of a busy area with neighbors like Marimekko and Antropologie. There’s plenty of light thanks to large south-facing street-level windows facing the avenue. Although this space is unfinished, it has a lot of potential, as well as being located on a heavily trafficked corner. A crosstown bus stop is a block away. And the newly opened Second Avenue subway line is right down the street. Foot traffic is high in the area thanks to students from nearby Marymount Manhattan College and Hunter. Within a five-minute walk, there is the 6 train subway stop and around the corner is the newly opened Second Avenue Subway Station.