Join Urbanspace Works this Spring!
Urbanspace Works is a co – working shared office space conveniently located in Union Square. It has beautiful rooftop offices featuring natural light, sweeping city views and access to a 2,000 square foot rooftop garden and terrace.
The office is conveniently located on Fifth Ave between 13th and 14th streets, above Hu Kitchen, one block from Union Square Greenmarket and transportation. (MTA Subway L/N/Q/R/4/5/6).
The space provides an ideal environment for startups and small companies to network, grow and improve their businesses.
Private office spaces for up to 5 people available to lease next month: furnished with tables, chairs, and filing drawers.
Amenities included :
-24/7 access to the space, including the 2,000 square foot rooftop deck with garden and outdoor seating
-High speed wireless Internet
-Indoor and outdoor seating
-Communal kitchen with refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, filtered water, and espresso machine
-Flexible monthly leasing
Schedule a tour today: email@example.com
MR. BING NOW OPEN AT URBANSPACE VANDERBILT
We’re excited to bring you an authentic, popular Beijing street food, jianbing to Urbanspace Vanderbilt. Mr.Bing launches their first permanent brick and mortar location at Urbanspace Vanderbilt after debuting at Mad. Sq. Eats, Broadway Bites and Winter Village at Bryant Park. Learn more here.
BROADWAY BITES | Fall Market Opens October 12
Fall has officially arrived, and what better way to celebrate this beautiful seasons than by enjoying an incredible line-up of NYC’s best street food vendors in beautiful Greeley Square? Broadway Bites, our biannual culinary market at 33rd & Broadway, will return for it’s fall season on October 12th!
Fall Market | October 12 – November 18
11am – 9pm Daily | at Greeley Square, 33rd & Broadway
We’ve assembled a mouth-watering lineup of vendors for the fall 2016 season! Join us for new bites from your favorite veterans like Bolivian Llama Party, Roberta’s, Gotham Poke, and 2016 Vendy Award winner Mr. Bing. New to the market this fall, we’re bringing you exciting new options from Jars by Dani, Indian Project, Boil Boil Ramen, and more! Check out the full lineup on our Broadway Bites page, and be sure to get to Greeley Square this fall
OUR FAVORITE FAN PHOTOS: WHAT TO EAT AT MAD. SQ. EATS!
The cool weather has finally returned to the city, which means it must be time for Mad. Sq. Eats! Our hugely popular bi-annual pop-up food market has returned to Worth Square, open 11am – 9pm daily through October 7th. With 25+ vendors to choose from, deciding what delicious bite to try can be tricky – but worry not, we’ve collected some of our favorite fan photos to give you a peek at all the goodness available at this fall’s Mad. Sq. Eats!
Mad. Sq. Eats by @eatingnyc
Ice & Vice + Renegade Lemonade by @iceandvice
Two Tbsp by @twotbsp
Bar Suzette by @gothamburgersocialclub
Paella Shack by Barraca by @itskayyyceee
Bolivian Llama Party by @bespokepost
Chingu by @korean_nyc
Domo Taco by @skinnypignyc
Gotham Poke by @mollytavoletti
Hong Kong Street Cart by @eatingwitheva
Inday by @benlauderdykes
Ice & Vice + Renegade Lemonade by @mikejchau
Mayhem & Stout by @food.drunk
Melt Bakery by @sweetsandsunsets
MeltKraft by @jasoneats
Mr. Bing by @foodiesmalls
Red Hook Lobster Pound by @readspotlight
Roberta’s by @noleftovers
The Cannibal by @monzonan
The Cannibal by @i_actually_ate_that
The Truffleist by @foodandcity
mad sq eats by @jameson_daniel
What are you waiting for? Get to Mad. Sq. Eats today! If you try a different vendor every day, it will still take you almost a month to try them all… Stay tuned for announcements on our next fall pop-up food markets, Broadway Bites and Urbanspace Garment District!
MAD. SQ. EATS | FALL MARKET OPENS SEPT 10
With that cool fall weather just around the corner, Urbanspace is thrilled to announce our fall market lineup for this season’s most hotly-anticipated culinary event – Mad. Sq. Eats – opening next weekend adjacent to beautiful Madison Square Park!
Mad. Sq. Eats
Fall Market | September 10 – October 7
11am – 9pm Daily | at Worth Square
We’ve put together an absolutely killer lineup of vendors for the fall 2016 season, including veterans like Melt Bakery, Roberta’s and The Cannibal, along with newcomers like Amali Mou and Mr. Bing. Check out the full lineup on our Mad. Sq. Eats page, and we’ll see you in Worth Square this fall for another season of NYC’s favorite culinary pop-up market.
MIDTOWN’S BEST KEPT SECRET: BREAKFAST AT URBANSPACE VANDERBILT
If you’ve been to Urbanspace Vanderbilt for lunch, you know that the market is the neighborhood’s most happening spot for lunch. But did you know that Urbanspace Vanderbilt also has the best breakfast options in Midtown? With so many vendors to choose from, plenty of group seating, and a relaxed morning vibe, there’s no better place to start your day.
Coffee & Pastry starting at 6:30am | Full Breakfast by 8:00am
Weekend warrior? Don’t forget about our Brunch Market, every Saturday & Sunday from 11am – 5pm.
Hard Times Sundaes
La Palapa Tacos
Mile End Delicatessen
Toby’s Estate Coffee
Mile End Delicatessen
WEEKDAY BREAKFAST OPENING HOURS BY VENDOR
6:30 AM | Toby’s Estate Coffee | Dough Doughnuts
7:00 AM | Ovenly | Mile End Delicatessen
7:30 AM | Takumi Taco
8:00 AM | Two Tbsp | La Palapa Tacos | Hard Times Sundaes
All 21 Urbanspace Vanderbilt vendors are open for lunch by 11AM
FOODIES BEAT THE HEAT AT BROADWAY BITES
This summer’s first heat wave is upon us, and we’re celebrating that glorious sunshine sizzle with a look at some of our favorite fan photos from Broadway Bites. Featuring a stellar line up of 28 local food concepts, and our shaded beer garden to cool off in, Broadway Bites is the here to help you beat the heat.
The market is open 11am – 9pm daily in Greeley Square (33rd & Broadway) through next Sunday (July 17th), so be sure to check things out and get a taste of summer for yourself. For more information, and full vendor lineup, check out our Broadway Bites page.
@urbanspacenyc #EatUrban #Bwaybites
Paella Shack | Khao Man Gai | Renegade Lemonade photo by @amp3pr
Melt Bakery photo by @salgadodogui
Jicama: California Street Food photo by @smartgirlveg
Hai Street Kitchen & Co photo by @jeaniusnyc
Bar Suzette photo by @thisgirlcaneat
Delicatessen Taco photo by @greenolivemedia
The Cannibal Dogs photo by @sdotmarte
Khao Man Gai photo by @d3bbielee
Bar Suzette photo by @jeaniusnyc
Red Hook Lobster Pound photo by @cmarieh
Melt Bakery photo by @tastesbetterhere
Delicatessen Taco photo by @laurieespino
Want us to share your fan photos? Be sure to tag us @urbanspacenyc #EatUrban and we’ll reshare our favorites!
Simon Sets Holiday Market Experience at Roosevelt Field Mall
Urbanspace is excited to partner with Simon Property Group this holiday season at Roosevelt Field Mall. Opens this Friday, November 25. Read more below!
Simon Sets Holiday Market Experience at Roosevelt Field Mall
Simon Property Group considers its Holiday Market by Urbanspace a pilot program.
|By David Moin on November 22, 2016
Urbanspace, which creates markets in New York such as the Holiday Shops at Bryant Park, is stretching to Long Island where it is establishing The Holiday Market by Urbanspace inside the Roosevelt Field Shopping Center.The Holiday Market by Urbanspace will showcase handmade gifts from local artisans and “complement the broad offering available at Long Island’s largest mall,” according to Simon Property Group, owner of the Roosevelt Field shopping center located in Garden City, N.Y.
Working with Urbanspace is an example of how mall operators need to create different experiences and offer new products on their properties to generate greater traffic and points of distinction.
“We are always looking for these unique experiences to complement our retail lineup,” Zach Beloff, Simon’s director of business development and leasing, told WWD. “This is a great way to bring local craftmakers into the shopping center.”
The Holiday Market by Urbanspace will house 12 independent merchants, including Ambica New York, a boutique for handmade jewelry; the New York Puzzle Co., which sells puzzles depicting vintage images from magazines, children’s books and posters; The Lodge, a men’s accessory boutique selling wallets, dopp kits and crafts; All Across Africa, which sells woven baskets and other home goods made by craftswomen in Rwanda; Lovepop, a Boston-based startup that makes intricate and cheeky 3-D cards, among other shops.
“The agility that Urbanspace provides with its market concept means that we can bring retailers into Roosevelt Field where they immediately benefit from the high volume of customers who routinely shop there,” Beloff said. “Likewise, our shoppers get to see and experience unexpected brands that they might otherwise never come in contact with, so everyone benefits.”
The Holiday Market by Urbanspace at Roosevelt Field will be open from Nov. 25 through Dec. 24. It will occupy about 2,000 square feet in the North Court section of the mall, right by the Santa set. Each merchant in the market will have about 60 square feet of space.
Beloff characterized the market as “a pilot….Who knows where we will be this next year? But I can imagine us doing this for other major holidays, Easter for example, or something we could do permanently in the right shopping center. We are always open to new and bigger ideas.
“I don’t see this competing at all with our permanent tenants,” Beloff said. “This is compliment to them.”
While space is tight in Roosevelt Field, Beloff said it’s possible some space could be available for the market brands, such as with a cart in a common area.
Urbanspace is the tenant in the mall, with Simon Property Group collaborating with Urbanspace to determine which brands to include in the market.
Urbanspace curates and manages markets in London and New York, including Mad. Sq. Eats, Broadway Bites, the Union Square Holiday Market, Columbus Circle Holiday Market, the Holiday Shops at Bryant Park, and Urbanspace Vanderbilt food hall in the Helmsley Building at 230 Park Avenue. The Urbanspace Vanderbilt food hall is permanent. In London, Urbanspace has the Camden Lock Market and Spitalfields, which are also both permanent markets.
Amali Mou presents “Summer of Rosé” at Urbanspace Vanderbilt
Rosé. The Alarm Clock. Competitive Naked Wrestling. Democracy.
Out of all of ancient Greece’s inventions, we are most fond of Rosé (and the most surprised that they invented the alarm clock). Greek settlers were the first to plant Rosé grapes in Provence five thousand years ago, and today we celebrate that history with Amali Mou’s Fourth Annual 60 Days of Rose!
From June 5th to August 5th, Amali Mou at Urbanspace Vanderbilt will be offering:
- frozen rosé pops
- wolffer estate rosé cider
- rosé sangria
- rosé wine flights
- rosé cocktails
- special bottles of rosé from amali’s cellar
- over 14 different roses by the glass and by the bottle
Check out Amali Mou’s Instagram for daily specials and other features!
BROADWAY BITES IS NOW OPEN! VISIT US IN GREELEY SQUARE.
Welcome summer with the return of Broadway Bites at Greeley Square, featuring a world of flavors from 28 of NYC’s best chef-driven concepts. The market will be open from 11am – 9pm daily at 33rd & Broadway, through July 17th.
This summer’s incredible line-up explores flavors from around the world, but don’t worry – no passport required! Just bring your appetite, and a taste for adventure.
Staycation while you taste your way across the U.S., from Philly inspired truffle cheesesteaks by The Truffleist, to New England style lobster rolls from Red Hook Lobster Pound, to classic grilled cheese sandwiches from MeltKraft, and doughnut pulled pork sandwiches from California street food masters Jicama. For a taste of tropical Hawaii, be sure to check out Gotham Poké and see what the poké is all about! Craving Southern comfort? You’ll find po’ boys from The Gumbo Bros and doughnuts from Doughnutterywhile you cool off with Renegade Lemonade‘s exciting selection of drinks or beat the heat entirely with a classic ice cream sandwich from Melt Bakery.
Come travel with us for a taste of Asia, and meet one of our new favorites, Mr. Bing, to try the Beijing street food favorite, ‘jian biang,’ or sample slowed cooked Thai chicken with rice from Khao Man Gai NY. Hungry for more? Save room for Taiwanese buns and bao from Kaya, Chinese roasted meats care of Zha Roasted Meats, and Korean mandoo dumplings from Chingu. Fusion is also on the menu this year, so be sure to check out the the sushi burrito from Hai Street Kitchen & Co, Japanese inspired tacos at Domo Taco, and the vegetarian summer rolls from Two Tablespoons.
Instead of the Eurorail, go snack-packing with fried Sicilian risotto balls from Arancini Bros,gelati from Casa Toscana, classic pastas from Barilla, French style sweet and savory crepes from Bar Suzette, and beautiful French macarons from Macaron Parlour.
For the urban adventurer with a taste for more, be sure not to miss the smoky satisfaction of Delicatessen Taco, market favorite Paella Shack, and Colombian arepas from Palenque Homemade Colombian Food. Or jump across the pond for a taste of authentic African dishes from Dùndú, and everyone’s favorite Turkish hotspot Enfes Turkish Food.
There’s no better way to celebrate summer than by dining al fresco, so get to Greeley Square and experience the flavors that make this summer’s market so special. And to wash down all those great bites, don’t forget about our Beer Garden with frosty refreshments from Red Hook Lobster Pound, The Cannibal, Paella Shack, Bar Suzette, Jicama and The Gumbo Bros.
We look forward to seeing you at the market!