Clarke’s Standard, a burger joint owned by P.J. Clarke’s, plans to vacate its 1,683-square-foot, Financial District location at 101 Maiden Lane, Commercial Observer has learned.
Winick Realty Group was tapped to exclusively market the ground-level retail space, which is located inside one of TF Cornerstone’s two luxury residential buildings which are collectively known as 2 Gold Street.
Clarke’s Standard has additional locations at 636 Lexington Avenue in Midtown and 870 Broadway in Union Square, according to the restaurant’s website.
Winick’s Steven Baker, who is marketing the space with colleague Aaron Fishbein, declined to comment on the reason for the tenant’s planned departure. A spokesperson from P.J. Clarke’s did not respond to a request for comment.
Asking rent for the space, which can be made available 90 days following execution of the lease, is $200 per square foot, Mr. Baker said.
The space, situated between Gold and Pearl Streets, includes 80 feet of wraparound frontage and room for outdoor seating, according to a release provided to Commercial Observer by Winick.
“This is a rare opportunity on Maiden Lane to set up not only a restaurant but an outdoor dining experience that will service the dense office and residential populations of Downtown Manhattan,” Mr. Baker said in a prepared statement. “We have already received interest from many of the area’s top food operators.”