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New Amsterdam Pavilion in Search of Killer Food Vendors

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Photo via Chad Carpenter/Curbed Photo Pool

Last year, as part of the celebration of the Hudson River—called the Hudson 400—the Dutch government gifted New York City the The Amsterdam Pavilion, a pinwheel shaped kiosk built by starchitect Ben van Berkel. Situated at the southern tip of Manhattan, the kiosk faces the Staten Island Ferry and is steps away from the ferries to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Which means it would be a great spot for a food vendor! The Battery Park Conservancy just put out a request for proposals for the site, which includes the floor plans and various other specifications. Responses are due May 3, so downtown restaurateurs, Danny Meyer, etc., it's time to get on it.
· Request for Proposals for the Operation of Food Service at The New Amsterdam Pavilion [Official Site]
· Coverage of the New Amsterdam Plein & Pavilion [Curbed]

New Amsterdam Plein & Pavilion

17 State St., New York, NY

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