This Lenox Avenue corridor houses several restaurants, anchored by Marcus Samuelsson‘s Red Rooster. Additional eateries include cuisines ranging from Italian (Settepani Ristorante, Babbalucci), Mexican (Sexy Taco/Dirty Cash), Southern (BLVD Bistro), American (Corner Social), soul (Sylvia’s), Japanese (Sushi Inoue, Yuzu), Indian (Chai Wali) and French (Cheri Restaurant & Lounge).
“We’re watching Uptown mature on the daily,” Faith Consolo said. “This four-mile fusion of cultures is attracting many new residential tenants clamoring for more restaurants and boutiques as Central Harlem continues to transform and develop.”
Not to mention, the City’s newest Whole Foods debuted this past summer, as a portent for things to come, offering unique products reflective of the neighborhood including twenty local Harlem vendors stocking the shelves.
“What’s special about Harlem is that it continues to be one of Manhattan’s most independently-minded neighborhoods, where restaurants and larger establishments have been successful in keeping it local.”
The retail space at 101-109 Lenox Avenue is just steps from the 116th Street Subway Station and features up to 3,000 square feet of ground level space available, which is in vanilla-box condition. Restaurants are welcome, the space can easily be vented and sidewalk cafes are permitted.
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