RKF ARRANGES LEASES FOR TWO NEW TENANTS AT BROOKFIELD’S GRACE BUILDING
NEW YORK — RKF has arranged two new leases at the 50-story Grace Building in Midtown New York for renowned chef Gabriel Kreuther’s first solo restaurant and Bluestone Lane Coffee. Kreuther’s yet-to-be-named restaurant will be located at 1114 Avenue of the Americas, directly across from Bryant Park. The property will consists of 8,000 square feet on the ground floor and 7,000 square feet on the second floor. Glen Coben of architectural and interior design firm Glen & Co. will design the restaurant. Spencer Levy and Michael Yohai of RKF represented Gabriel Kreuther and the Teton Restaurant Group in the lease. Edward Hogan and Mark Kostic represented Brookfield internally. Bluestone Lane Coffee has taken a 600-square-foot café space on the plaza at the Grace Building. Jon Krieger of RKF represented Bluestone in the transaction. Edward Hogan represented Brookfield internally. The Grace Building is co-owned by Brookfield and The Swig Co.