Downtown Brooklyn Partnership
DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN — Entrepreneurs with native flare and distinctive menus are needed for 2 new meals stands in Downtown Brooklyn’s public plazas.
The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership is in search of native meals companies to function the brand new kiosks at Albee Sq. and Willoughby Plaza, in accordance the partnership’s officers.
The native enterprise group launched Requests for Proposals (RFPs) for the 2 stands on Monday, saying it’s on the lookout for meals operators who “seize the range and originality of native fare and contribute to the neighborhood’s burgeoning popularity as a culinary vacation spot.”
“We’re on the lookout for nice entrepreneurs to hitch the neighborhood and take full benefit of the world’s progress,” DBP President Regina Myer stated in a press release.
“Proper within the coronary heart of Downtown Brooklyn — with quick access to public transport, incredible buying, instructional and cultural establishments and booming residential communities — these kiosks are completely located for leading edge meals and beverage operators.”
Every stand can be one hundred sq. ft and can be designed by city structure studio WXY. They’ll be outfitted with customized indicators, artwork and lighting.
The DBP will decide the concession operators based mostly on monetary viability, expertise and “high quality and uniqueness of present meals and beverage operations,” officers stated.
Proposals are due by 5 p.m. on April 14.
For extra info on how one can apply, click on right here.