Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Double Crown now closed on Bleecker and the Bowery

In case you were wondering what's going on at Double Crown, that big place on the corner of Bleecker and the Bowery. As Diner's Journal reported, the owners decided to close the joint after three years, and reopen it in the fall as something called Saxon & Parole.

Anyway, Double Crown closed after dinner Saturday night's dinner... and they left a note.

Their adjoining bar remains open next door on Bleecker.

Meanwhile, according to LoopNet, the retail space here remains on the market. Per the listing:

The retail condominiums total 6,600 sf, are fully leased to Double Crown Restaurant/Madam Geneva Bar & Lounge and sit at the base of a residential loft building in the heart of the Bowery. The market has experienced a revitalization in recent years and presents a vibrant mix of new residential, retail, hotel, cultural, dining and nightlife offerings. Property Features: 6,600 sf on two levels: 3,400 sf on the Ground Floor and 3,200 sf in the Lower Level. 129 feet of wraparound frontage. Two existing liquor licenses in place. Fully built kitchen. This is a rare opportunity to purchase an income-producing retail condominium on the Bowery with an existing liquor license in-place.

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