Hawaii Restaurant Equipment

Fleeing SoHo, Westwood Gallery Gets up and Running on the Bowery

Posted August 31, 2016 at 5:08 am

The slow-boil transformation from restaurant supply shop to contemporary art gallery is now complete after six months. Westwood Gallery, a refugee from SoHo, is about ready on the Bowery. And it’s a move likely to keep up with cool. Westwood Gallery, known for exhibiting contemporary artists and photographers the last twenty-one years, took 6,000 square-feet […]

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Chair Factory Ditches Bowery Showroom After Ten Years on the Block

Posted April 9, 2015 at 5:12 am

The row of restaurant suppliers on the Bowery just south of Houston is hurting. Two losses to report today, and both residing in buildings that sold as part of a $62 million portfolio back in 2013. Take a seat… The Chair Factory at 214 Bowery is no longer part of the commercial snapshot. Walking by […]

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Hawaii Restaurant Equipment at 262 Bowery Folds, Now for Lease

Posted October 30, 2013 at 6:04 am

The massive 11-building Bowery portfolio snatched up for $62 million over the summer claimed its first commercial victim. Not surprisingly, it’s a longtime restaurant supply company. Hawaii Restaurant Equipment officially threw in the towel. Now the property sits on the open market, while the year-old gate mural of the Attias clan (the owners) remains behind as […]

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The Men of Hawaii Restaurant Equipment on the Bowery

Posted July 27, 2012 at 6:28 am

As the smog-stained blue awning continues its downward spiral of deterioration, the Hawaii Restaurant Equipment at 262 Bowery decided to add a bit of flair with this gate mural. After all, the practice is so “in” right now.

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