Bar & Restaurant
Located between Times Square and Chelsea, the newest "it" neighborhood Hudson Yards is more than just the Jacob Javitz Center and the High Line. It’s a place with an array of businesses: Small, mom-and-pop shops have been there for years, and companies like Tory Burch, H&M, Coach, and Stuart Weitzman are slated to open as this area transitions from industrial to luxury. Two entrances, either a standard door or a roll-up garage-style door, lead into this huge space with 16-feet-high ceilings, which are currently painted blue. Built in the late 1920s, this ground-floor spot is not only vast but versatile thanks to its open-floor, loft-like layout lit by plenty of overhead lighting. Toward the back there are restrooms and lots of storage. With the extension of the 7 train and proximity to Penn Station and 34th Street subway stops, there’s plenty of foot traffic around this burgeoning hub of commerce and commuting.