It’s been a long time coming and Times Square is going to get a little hotter—if it isn’t already—that is. NY’s belly of the beast, as they call it, will be home to a new Buffalo Wild Wings. The trendy chicken-wing location, which will be located at 253 W. 47th street, will certainly be a hot spot for many fellow New Yorkers, as it’s going to be a 15,000 square foot roost that will reportedly serve up New York style wings equipped with 16 sauces. Top it off with some sports and beer, fans of all preferences will enjoy a night out in town at the restaurant. In addition, BWW will include a 22-foot-high ground floor that will be tall enough for its flying Buffalo logo, and will be wrapped by a 2,000 square-foot mezzanine. The restaurant, which features stadium seating areas, will be topped with a rare Times Square 2,000 square-foot roof deck for dining.
Michael Gleicher, CEO of Winick Realty Group, speaks on the wings’ spot arrival in NYC:
Friedland Properties recently developed the modern, single-tenant structure on a former parking lot between the Barrymore Theater and another parking structure. According to CoStar data, Friedland, which was represented in-house by Aaron Prince, had an asking rent of $800,000 a year.
Michael Gleicher and Jeff Winick, CEO of Winick Realty Group, represented the local White Plains-based franchisee Four M Capital, which already has 13 Buffalo Wild Wings in the metro area.
“It will be a fabulous addition to the city and … the sports capital of the world,” said Gleicher.
Source: NY Post