Owners of The Delancey Behind Triplex Bar at 95 Delancey

Posted on: June 8th, 2011 at 8:32 am by

The owners of the popular watering hole at the base of the Williamsburg Bridge, The Delancey, have been outed as the mystery tenants at 95 Delancey.  This low-lying property at the corner of Ludlow, which once housed Triangle Optical and Lichtenstein, will soon become another triplex bar with rooftop amenities.

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The Post has more on the new venture this morning:

The owners of the popular haunt, The Delancey at the corner of Clinton Street, just leased another 9,000 square feet five blocks east at 95 Delancey by Ludlow Street.

The new corner triplex space will include a rooftop bar just like the one at The Delancey, which has regular barbecues and other events.

Julia Volpe of Stone Land Capital represented the tenants, while colleague Ben Landy handled negotiations on behalf of the building owner. The asking rent for the retail space was $140 per foot, with the lease setting a record price for the south side of the street.

With Hotel Chantelle and UC Lounge less than a block away, this onetime sleepy stretch of Ludlow is quickly becoming the next hot pocket for nightlife in the neighborhood.  Get ready for more noise! Meanwhile, Community Board 3 voted to deny their application for a full liquor license during the May SLA meeting, unless stipulations were met.  Such as operating as a full restaurant, yada yada. This obviously won’t stop them; it’s the same old story.

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