Randolph Beer Plans Second Williamsburg Brewery at 25 Kent
Brooklyn-based brewpub Randolph Beer is taking space at 25 Kent in Williamsburg for a restaurant, bar and brewery, the building’s developers announced this week.
Randolph leased 12,228 square feet of retail and industrial space in the eight-story, 500,000-square-foot commercial project between North 12th and North 13th Streets, which will be its second location in Williamsburg. The outpost will host its primary brewing operations, a canning operation, a taproom with views of the city, a restaurant and large-format games like shuffleboard, skeeball and foosball. It’s expected to open this fall on the ground and second floors of the building, according to Eater NY, which broke the news about the lease.
“When seeking a spot to launch the next chapter of Randolph’s growth, we thought 25 Kent was a perfect fit,” said Dave Plate, the CEO of Randolph Beer, in a statement. “We are excited to join the building’s diverse and creative waterfront ecosystem, and to build a North Williamsburg flagship right in our own backyard.”
The brewery also has locations at 104 South 4th Street in Williamsburg, 82 Prospect Street in Dumbo and 343 Broome Street in Nolita.
Lee & Associates NYC represented the developers, Rubenstein Partners and Heritage Equity Partners. It wasn’t clear who handled the deal for the tenant.
Streetwear brand Kith recently signed on as the office-retail-industrial building’s first permanent tenant, as Commercial Observer reported.