“We wanted a name that represents what we do - our business is about partnering with people,” - Partners Coffee Roastersco founder Adam Boyd — shop their custom blends, support local ownership and pick up a sweet treat or two at their espresso bar inside #UrbanspaceVanderbilt!
After a long day at work, stop on by for a bite and now stay a little later! Starting March 13th, Urbanspace at Vanderbilt will be extending an extra hour to 10pm on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at select vendors.
Although we create immersive markets all around New York City, our roots started in London. Trinity Buoy Wharf now in its 20th year, is a wonderfully artistic place that has been inspiring the London art scene for two decades.
C-Bao has officially opened up shop in Times Square Market! The menu highlights Asian classics featuring baozi buns and rice bowls with your choice of Taiwanese Pork, Peking Duck, Chicken Teriyaki or Korean Bogulgi Beef.
Because we always like to keep things fresh, new and exciting - we’re extra stoked to bring you the newest addition to Urbanspace Vanderbilt. Kati Roll is known best for its Indian buttery flatbread rolled up with seasoned veggies, roasted chicken is now open!
If you asked the the Soupman today, he would tell you “what the world needs is more soup!” Today, the Soupman behind the Seinfeld episode blurting the line “No Soup For You!”, now has several soups for you at Times Square Market.
From the legendary murals on Soho facades, to the subway straphangers selling MTA maps with portraits of lady liberty, the New York art scene is pretty weird. But, one thing that you may not have seen yet is Joey Allgood’s REAL. WEIRD. ART.
West Village local, Vin Sur Vingt has taken the 6 Train Uptown to Urbanspace at 570 Lex! And to welcome the locals of East Midtown that are looking for some wine, cheese, charcuterie (and oysters, too!)
After a year of living in the warehouse, Saeed personally gave himself a tough talk about following his dream to become a chef. “I said to myself, Saeed, you’ve got to be brave enough to give this a try.”
Chef Jumoke Jackson brings his brand new food concept Soulfull Sandwiches to the heart of Herald Square. Be sure to stop by Broadway Bites before November 2nd and enjoy this delicious comfort food to feed your soul! Don’t forget to vote here!
Exciting news at Urbanspace at 570 Lex - Zai Lai, the Taiwanese restaurant is opening its second permanent location, opening today, Friday, October 12th and is giving away $2 meals to celebrate the opening!
A taste of the Caribbean in the heart of NYC - Garment District Market by Urbanspace sits just steps away from Times Square. Sonya Samuel is the chef behind Bacchanal Sauce, serving up all things Caribbean from Jerk Crab Fries to Ducana. Go, Eat, Vote #CitiUrbanspaceChallenge
It’s been years in the making - and through thousands of dumplings, noodles and hand shakes, Destination Dumplings is officially rocking Mad. Sq. Eats. Check out their story, head to Mad. Sq. Eats and then vote here!
Filling the hearts and bellies of empanada and latin food enthusiasts! Empanada Papa has joined the line up at Urbanspace at 570 Lex on the corner of East 51st Street with more than just empanadas and yuca fries!
Launched in the subway in 2015, today New Stand operates all over NYC and is a pure convenience retailer. From every day essentials like green juices and power bars to power nap pillows - the New Stand has you covered.
There is no denying that New York City is a foodie paradise. With amazing restaurants located all throughout the city that range in style, price and cuisine there truly is so much to taste and explore! Leading market makers, Urbanspace, bring to life the best of these restaurants throughout their city marketplaces.
Meet the three finalists of the Citi Urbanspace Challenge who head into Urbanspace’s Fall Pop-Up markets starting with Mad. Sq. Eats on Sept 8th. Don’t forget to head to the market, go try all the delectable bites and post your photos from the #CitiUrbanspaceChallenge
We are popping up this Spring with a brand new retail market in Bryant Park featuring local artists with one-of-a-kind handmade items! If you are interested in showcasing your wares apply to be a vendor TODAY!
“Ensconced in the Urbanspace at 570 Lex food court on the dramatic ground floor of the General Electric Building, Thaimee Magic presents a small roster of dishes, and does them very well.” Robert Sietsema, Eater New York