It will have 25 vendors, "mostly food."
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Plus, the Turin-based megagrocer is opening in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, London, Moscow, Los Angeles, and South America.
It may open next year.
It's being described, as you can imagine, as "Eataly-type."
Kitchen stadium? They've got ten of them.
Howard Hughes Corp. plans to build a 50-story tower on the waterfront.
Get ready for some grade-A "gourmet voyeurism."
He says he's "carefully assembling a dream list of chefs, operators, street food and hawker legends from around the world."
A piece of New York City history will vanish if the company gains approval.
Thai, Jamaican, Texas, Peruvian, and fancy cheese — just don't call it Queens' version of Chelsea Market.
A Howard Hughes executive says the corporation is courting “great chefs from all over the world.”