Hudson Yards announces new crop of dining and retail tenants
The Shops & Restaurants at New York City's Hudson Yards has added new brands to its one mile of shopping space.
Tenants opening their doors later this year include digitally native brands Faherty and Naadam; family experience store Camp; fine jeweler Marli; Italian watchmaker Panerai; sunglass brand Ray-Ban; and Belgian chocolatier Neuhaus Chocolate.
They will join other new tenants Suitsupply, Tiffany & Co., and recently opened stores Kenzo and Dior.
Recent food and beverage additions include Electric Lemon, a seasonal American restaurant from Stephen Starr; French bakery Maison Kayser; and The Bosque, a seasonal café open on the Public Square and Gardens.
“The public engagement at The Shops & Restaurants since our grand opening has been overwhelming, and a testament to the careful thought we put into creating an exceptional mix of dining, entertainment, experiences, culture, and fashion,” said Kenneth A. Himmel, president and CEO of Related Urban, the mixed-use division of Related Companies.
The massive 1 million-sq.-ft. center developed by Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group opened on last March and is on track to having over 20 million visitors this year.