Advised by Cushman & Wakefield, Old Spitalfields Market has let unit G26 to the award-winning burger truck Bleecker St. Burger for its first permanent residence. The truck will be on site temporarily from the 20th August until the permanent kiosk is taken.
Named after the iconic New York Street which connects the East Village to the West Village, Bleecker St. Burger has built up a cult following since the business’ American founder Zan Kaufman started trading in 2012. Unit G26 in the iconic historic 18th century market will be Bleecker St. Burger’s first permanent residence for London’s favourite burger.
The ‘Bleecker Black’ burger won the last London Burger Bash, capturing more than a third of the 500 votes cast for the capital’s best burger.
Matt Ashman, in Cushman & Wakefield’s leisure and restaurants team, said: “As Bleecker St. Burger’s reputation goes from strength-to-strength, their choice of Old Spitalfields Market as their first permanent site is testament to how the market appeals to both the City and East London.”