October News Roundup
October news highlights include restaurant openings and announcements, new office tenants, and hotel construction progress. Stay in the know with the latest Flatiron News.
Restaurants & Bars
- Latin American restaurant Comodo opened at The Freehand New York Hotel (via Eater NY).
- Jua is featured in ‘The 38 Essential Restaurants in New York City’ (via Eater NY).
- Eataly Flatiron’s rooftop restaurant transformed for the fall season as SERRA by Birreria (via Time Out New York).
- Hill Country Barbecue Market was featured in the new TV show Home Plate with celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson (via New York Post).
- Anita Gelato is expected to open at 1141 Broadway “in a couple months” (via Eater NY).
- CBD Kratom opened its third New York City location at 168 Fifth Avenue (via Branson Tri-Lakes News).
- INNSIDE by Meliá Hotel partnered with Vampire Pizza for a Halloween-themed experience (via FSR Magazine).
- MiNK Therapeutics, a Flatiron District-based biotech company closed a $40 million initial public offering (via Crain’s New York Business).
- The Ritz-Carlton is arriving in NoMad early 2022 to welcome locals and traveling guests (via Haute Living).
- Tech company Modern Age announced $27 million in Series A funding and will be opening its flagship clinic in the Flatiron District early 2022 (via TechCrunch).
- Construction on The Virgin Hotel in NoMad is nearly complete at 1225 Broadway (via New York YIMBY).
- Real estate investment group The Hope Capital signed a 5,508 sq/ft lease at 56 West 22nd Street (via Real Estate Weekly).
- SL Green announced that Chelsea Piers Fitness has signed a 55,780 sq/ft, 20-year lease at the tower development, One Madison Avenue (via Yahoo).
- Luxury spa Bathhouse announced a new long-term lease for 34,828 sq/ft at 7 West 21st Street (via Real Estate Weekly).
- Identity provider Okta, Inc. released plans to create an Experience Center, and has signed a lease for a premier retail space at 920 Broadway (via Businesswire).
Around the Neighborhood
- AAPI fashion designers and personalites attended A Taste of Asia in Madison Square Park curated by COTE Korean Steakhouse (via Forbes).
- Fitness trainer and heart attack survivor Bob Harper showcased his Survivors Have Heart portrait exhibit in the Flatiron Public Plaza (via amNY).
Header Photo Credit: Bathhouse via Dezeen.
Main Page Photo Credit: Survivors Have Heart via amNY