The 28,000-square-foot market backed by sceney Italian food company Cipriani will be a sleek Italian market with special deals for residents living in the property. Residents of the three-tower project will have a “benefits” package, with features such as access to catering for events and pantry stocking. They will also have a private entrance to the food hall from their respective towers — “so they never have to leave the building,” a spokesperson tells Eater.
Cipriani will run the entire market, including a retail portion, produce stands, coffee bar, pizza counter, and gelato and pastry shops. A full-service restaurant is also planned, and it’ll be open seven days a week. Everything is on track to open this summer.
Waterline Square is located between 59th and 61st Streets along the Hudson, and the food hall’s exact address will be 475 West 61st St. It’s another project that makes it a point to cater to its internal population, kind of like how Hudson Yards will cater to the office workers and residents that eventually move in.
New renderings of Cipriani’s food hall show an industrial-chic look with lots of wooden tones. Take a look below: