Patsy’s Pizzeria is Coming to Brooklyn
Lauren Elkies Schram June 25, 2014, 11 a.m.
Manhattan’s Patsy’s Pizzeria has signed a lease to open its first location in Brooklyn, and it’s across the street from the Barclays Center.
The pizzeria, known for its iconic “old world” style pizza, took 1,400 square feet at 450 Dean Street between Flatbush and Fifth Avenues, in Park Slope, TerraCRG announced.
“We’re very excited, for the second time this month, to announce another Manhattan institution coming to Brooklyn; first Doughnut Plant and now Patsy’s Pizzeria,” said Dan Marks of TerraCRG in a prepared statement. He brokered the lease along with colleague Joey Terzi.
As Commercial Observer reported earlier this month, Doughnut Plant Brooklyn will be serving up crème brûlée and square-filled doughnuts in Prospect Heights come October.
The asking rent at 450 Dean Street was $100 per square foot. A spokeswoman for the firm would not discose the length of the lease.
As for when Patsy’s will be opening up its Brooklyn pizza shop, the spokeswoman said: “They’ve indicated later this year, but we don’t know for sure.”
Patsy’s Pizzerias can be found at 318 West 23rd Street, 801 Second Avenue, 61 West 74th Street and 67 University Place.