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Chef Daniel Boulud to Open Two New Concepts at One Madison Ave.

Chef Daniel Boulud will open two new food and beverage concepts at SL Green Realty Corp.’s One Madison Ave. Office development. They will include a marketplace inspired by France’s open-air markets and a full-service steakhouse. 

The new F&B offerings will occupy 16,000 square feet of the building’s ground floor. In addition, all building tenants will be afforded exclusive access to a 7,000 square-foot tenant lounge, operated by SL Green’s hospitality team with food and beverage managed by Chef Boulud.  

“One Madison Ave. builds on the success of One Vanderbilt, taking the workplace experience to a new level with unique offerings specific to its Flatiron location,” said Steven Durels, EVP and director of leasing and real property of SL Green. “Today’s leading tenants demand a hospitality-driven approach to their workplace. Bringing Chef Boulud’s culinary creativity to One Madison Ave. provides a spectacular addition to the neighborhood and the ultimate office amenity.” 


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