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Newmark Arranges First NYC Location for P.F. Chang’s Bistro

Newmark Retail completed a 7,319square-foot lease for the first New York location of P.F. Chang’s Bistro at 113 University Pl. in Union Square. Vice chairman Ariel Schuster and director Mitch Heifetz represented the restaurant in the transaction. The asset owner, Amalithone Realty Corp, was represented by Newmark director Michael Paster.  

“The recovery of the restaurant sector is in full force,” said Schuster. “It is encouraging to see the continuing growth of locally-based restaurant concepts and those new to the market.”   

The Union Square restaurant will be P.F. Chang’s fourth flagship location and will occupy the ground, mezzanine and lower-level retail space at 113 University Pl. 

“We’re looking forward to seeing PF Chang’s join the diverse offerings in a vibrant neighborhood like Union Square,” said Heifetz. “New York City has once again become a top destination for restaurateurs looking to expand their brand.” 

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