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Stonehenge Adds Two Restaurant Tenants to 10 Downing

Stonehenge NYC announced the opening of two new restaurants in the multifamily operator’s luxury West Village building, 10 Downing.

Kyle Hotchkiss Carone, who leads the group behind American Bar, signed a 3,200-square-foot lease to house a new seafood-centric concept. It’s poised to open in the early fall of 2021.

 John McDonald and Chef Ryan Schmidtberger have opened Hancock St. in Mcdonald’s former El Toro Blanco space, located in the Southern portion of the building. 

As an existing retail tenant, McDonald recognized the success that the 10 Downing location brought to his prior establishment. As a restaurateur, he chose to reinvest and create something that would be perceived as an improvement to the neighborhood. 

“I’m pleased to welcome these two new restaurants to 10 Downing,” said Ofer Yardeni, chairman and CEO of Stonehenge NYC. “New York is back and I’m excited to see these restaurants thrive in the vibrant downtown market.”


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