New York City — The dining terrace will be complete in January 2014.
New York City — Brookfield Office Properties Inc. has secured leases with eight high-quality restaurants to operate casual concepts in the new waterfront dining terrace the company is building at Brookfield Place in Lower Manhattan. The 600-seat terrace is part of Brookfield’s $250 million redevelopment of the Brookfield Place complex, formerly known as the World Financial Center.
The dining area is currently under construction and is scheduled to open in January 2014. Brookfield has partnered with AvroKO and BCV Architects to design the terrace, which will be located above a European-style marketplace that will offer fresh meats, seafood and produce. The marketplace will also house two restaurants overlooking the waterfront.
The eight restaurants include Chop’t Creative Salad Co., Dig Inn Seasonal Market, Dos Toros, Little Muenster, Num Pang, Skinny Pizza, Sprinkles Cupcakes and Umami Burger.