This holiday mainstay attracts thousands of shoppers every year, and for good reason: its central location (just six blocks from the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree) and its more than 170 gift shops and 40 or so food vendors.
With more than 100 merchants, the Union Square Holiday Market provides a plethora of creative gifts for your shopping needs. The possibilities are endless - AMNY
“On Saturday, October 27 at noon, this magical, winter wonderland returns to Bryant Park for its 17th year. Not only is there free ice-skating on the 17,000-square-foot outdoor rink, but Urbanspace is bringing more than 170 holiday shops, including a bunch of new kiosks and eateries for your shopping and eating pleasure.” -TimeOut NY
Read the full story on Gothamist here and don’t forget to try our #CitiUrbanspaceChallenge finalist, Destination Dumplings at Mad. Sq. Eats through October 5th.
"Nothing says New York City like Grand Central, and this Midtown oasis is the perfect way to get acquainted with the city’s exciting culinary scene." - Budget Travel
“As a leading food hall operator, Urbanspace is pleased to be joining the Willis Tower.. The redevelopment creates the perfect setting for Urbanspace to establish an immersive public market where creativity and community can flourish.” - Eldon Scott, Urbanspace President
Masters In Business and Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz, interviews Eldon Scott president of Urbanspace to discuss the modernization of communal food halls.
If you haven't already visited our newest foodhall then go check it out! You are missing out on some serious eats! Go explore all of our vendors and their delicious food offerings at Urbanspace 570 Lex!
The second permanent location of DŌ, Cookie Dough Confections is officially opening in midtown - right in the center of Urbanspace at 570 Lex, the lunch-haven food hall in midtown East that opened this March.
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"Love ’em or hate ’em, but food halls are here to stay... “ - Commercial Observer
“April showers are gone, and May in New York City is the time for outdoor markets” -Metro NY
“Tell your boss you’re actually taking 30 minutes for lunch today. Outdoor food markets Broadway Bites and Mad. Sq. Eats have returned, with 16 new booths between the two for the 2018 season — and the promise of free eats.” - AM New York
“Broadway Bites and Madison Square Eats return just in time for the gorgeous weather.” - TimeOut New York
Have you ever wondered how to navigate your way through an Urbanspace food-hall? Well, lucky you - Eater NY just released their list of top 5 dishes to try at our newest food-hall Urbanspace at 570 Lex. If you weren't hungry before reading this list, you definitely will be after.
Eater NY announces the return of Broadway Bites & Mad. Sq Eats this week. Check out the full feature - including who’s returning and our new vendor highlights!
“..with regulars such as pizza from Roberta’s and ramen from Kuro-Obi keeping everything grounded... a robust crowd has nonetheless shown up." - Eater NY
Check out the segment on NBC's New York Live where Lauren walks through Urbanspace's latest foodhall and takes a bite out of Trapizzino, Rockaway Clam Bar, GoFish Sushi Box, Bob White and finishes with a fresh brew from Top Hops.
Urbanspace at 570 Lex is the food and gift market developer Urbanspace’s second permanent food court in Manhattan and the neighborhood.
Live from the New York Stock Exchange floor, founder of Urbanspace Management, Eric Reynolds and President of Urbanspace, Eldon Scott, chat expansion from the companies second permanent foodhall in New York to a nearing plan of opening up in other major cities across the U.S.
They’re available 7:30-10:30 a.m. at Mr Bing’s booth inside Urbanspace Vanderbilt food hall and Flatiron food cart, and all day on weekends at its East Village store (115 St. Mark’s Place).
Proliferating food halls are a rare bright spot in a limping retail leasing scene. Urbanspace stands as one of the cities most successful foodhalls.
The Union Square Holiday Market hosted by Urbanspace market creators opens to the public on Thursday, November 16. Read more here