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Khorrami Brings Farm-to-Table Concept to Hudson Yards Area

Following the success of his Hell’s Kitchen, Times Square and Hudson Valley units, restaurateur Bobby Khorrami has plans to open a casual dining, farm-to-table restaurant at 251 W. 30th St., between Seventh and Eighth avenues, near Hudson Yards. The yet-to-be-named restaurant will be located in an approximately 1,817-square-foot space.

John Monaco, EVP/leasing at HSP Real Estate Group, a member of NAI Global, and NKF’s Jeffrey Roseman represented the owners for the 15-year lease. The tenant was represented by NestSeekers International’s Joshua Berkun.

“This restaurant will be a wonderful amenity for our tenants, as well as everyone in the area,” said Monaco. “Also, working with Jeff and his colleagues is always a pleasure.”

Khorrami and his group, Green Devil Inc., have taken possession of the space and expect to open after Labor Day.

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