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New Dining Tenants Announced for MetLife Building at 200 Park Avenue in Midtown East, Manhattan

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this week Tishman Speyer Irvine Company unveils the next steps in refurbishing and recapitalizing the historic MetLife Building, with new restaurant options scheduled to debut in 2023. 200 Park Avenue of Midtown EastNew dining options in the building, Manhattan, include the iconic capital grill, the organic and fair trade café Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee, Black Seed Bagels, and a pop-up run by the women-owned brewery Talea Beer Co. In Brooklyn.

Additional restaurant and takeaway operators will be announced in the coming months.

“As one of New York City’s most famous buildings, 200 Park Avenue has been redesigned to offer modern amenities, which will include these great dining experiences,” Tishman Speyer said. Chris Shehadeh, Senior Managing Director and Regional Director of New York, said. .. “New Yorkers arriving in the area via Grand Central and 200 Park guests will be able to collect and enjoy a variety of new and exciting food and drink options.”

Street-level view of MetLife Building on 200 Park Avenue – courtesy of Tishman Speyer

Rendering of the new mezzanine lounge (Tishman Speyer)

Rendering a new visitor reception (Tishman Speyer)

Rendering a new lobby connection to Grand Central Station (Tishman Speyer)

The scope of the refurbishment included the restoration of a long shutter connection to Grand Central Terminal and the top-down modernization of the lobby on the ground floor of the building.Designed by MdeAS ArchitectThe two-story 50,000-square-foot lobby includes travertine-covered columns, terrazzo floors, bronze statues, and wooden finishes.

Earlier this month, 200 Park Avenue won the prestigious NYCxDesign Commercial Lobby and Amenity Awards and was nominated for the NYC Shining Moment category in recognition of the new lobby.

Additional upgrades include a complete suite of hospitality-inspired health and wellness amenity spaces run by Tishman Speyer’s ZO.

Evening view of MetLife Building on 200 Park Avenue-provided by Tishman Speyer

Evening View of MetLife Building on 200 Park Avenue – Courtesy of Tishman Speyer

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