Urbanspace 570 LEx
Urbanspace @ 570, the second permanent food hall concept in NewYork City, opened in the historic General Electric building at 570 Lexington Avenue on March 28, 2018. As the new anchor tenant of the striking art deco building, Urbanspace @ 570 brings 16 beloved food concepts to serve not only the surrounding community, but all New Yorkers and city visitors.
Tomorrow is the day we kick off our Spring/Summer Beer Classes with Top Hops at Urbanspace 570 Lex! Join us this season with our beer expert from Top Hops, Kevin Brooks, as he take us inside the world of beer! We will be offering a variety of classes from May 7th until July 30th.
Recorded from the Heritage Radio Network overlooking Roberta’s of Bushwick, our President and CEO Eldon Scott discusses all things Urbanspace as a guest on the Feast Yr Ears podcast. Listen in as he discusses our past in London, our New York City adventure, and our future beyond the Big Apple.
“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
Citi, in collaboration with Urbanspace, launches its first-ever Citi Test Kitchen at Urbanspace, 570 Lex.
Be a hero. This week, starting Monday March 18th Cappone’s at Urbanspace 570 Lex will donate $1 for every hero purchased to the family of Detective Brian Simonsen of the 102th Precinct.
It’s not a sub, grinder or a hoagie - it’s a hero! Cappone’s is here to bring an authentic salumeria experience to Urbanspace at 570 Lex.
Just when you thought life couldn’t get sweeter! We got a chance to do a special Q&A with Kristen Tomlan, Founder & CEO of Do Cookie Dough Confections. Read for more insight on one sweet story!
Serving their specialty Taiwanese cuisine and the signature baos. Served steamy and fresh, with multiple meat options.
Serving antibiotic and hormone free chicken , biscuits, mac and cheese, and hand cut french fries.
Serving up classic Italian heroes, and Italian specialties since 1969.
Sonya Samuel has always had a passion for the mix of sweet and spicy flavors that is distinct in the food of her heritage. For the next three months, Samuel’s Brooklyn born concept will serve classic Caribbean dishes.
Serving an innovative approach to Mexican street food, including Baja California-style fish tacos, quesadilla, soups, and salads.
Offering a variety of grab and go and made to order options including rolls & hosomaki, shasimi and nigiri, and chirashi sushi.
Serving Indian food based on a 3000-year-old philosophy that what you eat directly affects how you feel. Believing every meal should be filled with vibrant flavors and activated ingredients, mindfully sourced and freshly prepared.
Serving a NorCal inspired menu with a twist of Asian and Latin cuisine, that both carnivores and vegans alike will find delicious.
Elevating the precise craft of true Japanese ramen by making it into a take-away format.
Serving cold pressed juice is packed with easily digestible raw vitamins, minerals and enzymes from fresh fruits and vegetables.
Serving coffee and espresso, with Australian breakfast & lunch fare.
Serving their famous made to order wood-fired pizza, with Bushwick charm.
Straight from Tel Aviv with an Einat-inspired twist. Think fine dining packed in a pita.
Serving Japanese inspired Mexican food.
Serving the Magic Noodles that took over social media and topped Zagat’s 12 Instagram dishes of the year list.
Offering specialty beers & crowlers to-go. Along with tastings & educational events.
Serving a regularly rotating wine menu, with cheese, charcuterie, and oysters.