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The Tin Building Brings a World-Class Food Hall to Downtown Manhattan
1 June 2023

New York City’s Financial District is quickly emerging as one the city’s hottest residential neighborhoods with the recent development of One Wall Street. The Tin Building, developed by legendary chef and restaurateur Jean-Georges Vongerichten, is another crucial piece of the puzzle. Here, residents of these Lower Manhattan condos for sale will find 10 eateries, as well as an upscale confectioner’s shop, all of which are run with the same attention to detail as Vongerichten’s portfolio of high-end restaurants. Keep reading to learn more about the most luxurious food hall in all of New York City!

Like One Wall Street, the Tin Building began its life as a classic Downtown Manhattan institution — in this case, the Fulton Fish Market, which was a culinary destination for chefs from around the city for over 60 years. Since closing in 2005, the building on South Street Seaport’s Pier 17 sat vacant. But now, with the opening of Vongerichten’s eateries, it is finding new life.

The Tin Building features 10 distinct restaurants, each serving as a pure expression of a cuisine or culinary concept. Take, for example, Double Yolk, where chefs serve a menu entirely based around egg sandwiches from behind a bar. (After 5 p.m., Double Yolk celebrates another kind of ovum by transforming into a caviar bar.) On the opposite end of the spectrum is the House of the Red Pearl, where Chinese-inspired dishes are served in a sumptuous setting, complete with blue velvet banquettes that give diners a luxurious experience from the moment they enter the space.

Other restaurants housed in the Tin Building include Fulton Fish Co., which pays homage to the building’s heritage with a full raw bar and dishes emphasizing fresh, local catches; Seeds & Weeds, a vegetarian restaurant with a seasonal menu and an interior decked out in enough plants to make diners feel as though they’ve been transported to the jungle, an illusion broken only by the intimate Brooklyn Bridge views seen through the windows; Shikku, an exclusive counter-service sushi and sake restaurant; T. Brasserie, a French bistro inspired by Vongerichten’s childhood in Alsace; and many more, with offerings ranging from succulent tacos to fresh-baked breads.

With the Tin Building and One Wall Street, Manhattan’s Financial District is rapidly becoming one of the city’s premier residential neighborhoods, a transition that few would have predicted even a mere decade ago. Now, residents of these unique Art Deco condos can get to some of the city’s finest dining in less than 10 minutes. If you’re ready to begin the next chapter of your New York City journey in the Financial District, head to the availability page or contact the sales team to find the perfect home for you today.

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