Famed Fast-Causal Restaurant Signs Long-term Lease at Jack Resnick & Sons’ Google-Anchored 315 Hudson Street
Jack Resnick & Sons announced today that healthy fast-casual restaurant sweetgreen is opening a new location at the corner of Hudson and Spring Streets within 315 Hudson Street, a 10-story, 500,000 square-foot neo-classical office building which is anchored by Google.
As part of the 10-year lease, the new sweetgreen will encompass 7,665 square feet of ground floor and lower level space and is expected to open in August 2021. Google is putting the finishing touches on more than 380,000 square feet of new offices, conference, dining and outdoor space in the building as part of its larger Hudson Square campus.
Jack Resnick & Sons acquired 315 Hudson in the 1960’s, when the building was home to the Henry Heide Candy Company, manufacturer of Jujubes and Jujyfruits. Resnick also at that time purchased a printing building at 250 Hudson Street. The firm’s subsequent redevelopment program there helped set in motion the dramatic transformation of the former industrial neighborhood into a vibrant, 21st century mixed-use district, anchored by the world’s most creative companies.
“We’ve had the great fortune to be a part of this incredible Hudson Square neighborhood for nearly 60 years, and its future has never looked brighter than today,” said Jonathan Resnick, President of Jack Resnick & Sons. “We are thrilled to welcome sweetgreen to 315 Hudson Street, which will serve as an ideal amenity for those who live, work and visit in the neighborhood on a daily basis.”
Resnick recently completed a sweeping $65 million redevelopment of 315 Hudson. Designed by FXCollaborative, the reimagining incorporated a new and expanded lobby with wood, limestone and terracotta finishes, contemporary artwork, and seating. The alteration also included new mechanical systems, windows, stand by power generation, and a destination-dispatch elevator system with new cabs.
sweetgreen was represented by David Firestein, Jacqueline Klinger and Amanda Keller of The Shopping Center Group. Jack Resnick & Sons’ Brett Greenberg and Adam Rappaport represented building ownership.
According to Rappaport, there are two remaining retail vacancies in the building with direct Hudson Street frontage and asking rents range from $100-$140 per square foot.
About Jack Resnick & Sons
A full service real estate organization, Jack Resnick & Sons has been an industry leader in development, construction, ownership and management since its founding in 1928. Its Manhattan portfolio currently includes approximately six million square feet of commercial office and retail space, including One Seaport Plaza, its signature office tower at 199 Water Street. It also has developed thousands of luxury residences and continues to own, manage and lease approximately 1,000 rental apartments.