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506 LaGuardia Place in Manhattan's West Village will house a new restaurant concept

New Restaurant Concept Coming to West Village

Newmark Retail completed a 5,121-square-foot lease for the owners of popular West Village restaurant Dame at 506 LaGuardia Pl. Ownership will open a new concept in that location called Lord’s, an English nose-to-tail bistro. Managing director Andrew Stern and Director Ravi Idnani represented the tenant, while Cushman & Wakefield’s Patrick O’Rourke, Steven Soutendijk and Sean Moran represented ownership. 

The new lease for Lord’s includes 1,781 square feet of ground-level space with an additional 3,631 square feet of lower-level and sub-lower-level space. The space was formerly occupied by Café Bosie and offers outdoor seating and awning signage potential.  

“This is a highly successful restaurant group, and their new concept will be a welcome addition to the West Village neighborhood,” said Idnani. “We are pleased that Lord’s will be able to debut in such a great location as it establishes itself in the local gastro scene.”   


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