Manhattan Skyline Management Corp., one of New York’s leading real estate organizations, is pleased to announce that independent New York City coffee shop Madame Bonté Café has opened its third location at 205 East 66th Street on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
Known for its high-quality specialty coffee, artisanal pastries and gourmet sandwiches, Madame Bonté combines sophistication with convenience. Owned by siblings Deniz Karafazli and Yeliz Karafazli, the French-inspired bistro’s new location will operate out of a 442-square-foot space with a 16-foot storefront on 66th Street between Second and Third Avenue.
“Madame Bonté Café has made a name for itself on the Upper East Side, combining indulgent baked goods and espresso beverages within a modern and easy-going atmosphere,” said Joshua Roth, Senior Vice President of Retail at Manhattan Skyline Management Corporation. “Whether new to the brand or a loyal returning customer, we know that their new location at 205 East 66th Street will be beloved by all.”
Madame Bonté Café debuted on 2nd Avenue between 94th and 95th Streets before expanding to 84th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues. The 84th street location features an expanded menu with wine, beer and dinner items as well as a large downstairs with a cozy seating area on a backyard patio.
“We created Madame Bonté Café because we believe in the power of community,” said co-owner Deniz Karafazli. “Our locations are gathering places and respites, serving as more than just a place to grab coffee. We want visitors to treat us as their home away from home, right in the heart of their own neighborhood.”
The newest coffee shop is located within the fashionable Upper East Side neighborhood of Lenox Hill, renowned for its collection of classic boutiques, art cinemas, gourmet establishments and acclaimed restaurants. Neighboring tenants include Nike, Starbucks, Lululemon Athletica, Alo Yoga, Bondi Sushi, Sant Ambroeus, Credo, Oath Pizza, Madison Reed, Janie and Jack, Vineyard Vines and CityMD.
Roth represented Manhattan Skyline in the long-term transaction. Madame Bonté Café was represented by Joshua Berkun of Kassin Sabbagh Realty.