Last week, Harold Dieterle and Alicia Nosenzo announced that they'd scrapped plans to open their new restaurant The Marrow in Downtown Brooklyn's Hotel 718. No reason was offered for the move at the time, but now Brownstoner learns that the original developers of the hotel recently abandoned the project. So, that explains why Dieterle and Nosenzo started looking elsewhere.
V3, the company that was developing Hotel 718, sold the property to the Lam Group, who will spruce up the place and open it as Hotel Indigo in August. And now, they're looking for a restaurant to fill the space that was previously going to be home to The Marrow. Dieterle and Nosenzo are currently hoping to open their European restaurant in the old Paris Commune space in the West Village.
· Lam Group Buys Duffield Hotel from V3 for $31 Million [Brownstoner]
· Dieterle Moves The Marrow From Brooklyn to Manhattan [~ENY~]