WEST VILLAGE — The Hudson River Park Trust is looking for a new tenant for its seasonal cafe in the West Village section of the park, between Christopher Street and West 10th Street.
The cafe has two seating areas, two mobile concession stands, and a cooking kiosk, and until recently served burgers and other all-American fare, and had a full bar.
The seating section on the north side of the 310-square-foot cooking kiosk is about 1,350 square feet and the section on the south side of the kiosk is about 525 square feet, according to the trust.
The previous tenant's lease expired, so the trust issued a request for poposals seeking a new one.
The cafe is in one of the busiest sections in Hudson River Park, a spokeswoman for the trust said, thanks to the free events held on Pier 45 and 46 in summertime, such as a weekly family-friendly movie night, live music, and fitness or dance classes.
It's also near a popular children's playground, and is nestled between lawns and gardens along the park's pedestrian esplanade.
The lease is short-term, for four years plus two 2-year extensions.
For more information on what the park is looking for in proposals and what the space entails, check out its RFP, posted online.
Proposals should be mailed to the Hudson River Park Trust, Pier 40, 353 West St., Suite 201, New York, NY 100014, to the attention of Nicole Dooskin, by Feb. 8.