The city's finest new luxury residential buildings have a long and proud history of rewarding buyers with quick and easy dining options as close as possible to the comfort of their new homes. On 23rd Street, Gramercy Starck brought in the Golden Arches, leading to the "McStarck" nickname and some truly bizarre complaints. In Harlem's record-setting 111 Central Park North, the more health-conscious Subway took space. Continuing that trend, and confirming a tipster's report, BelDel beacon Palazzo Grey has unveiled its new tenant. Eat fresh, Palazzo Grey, but know that Palazzo Chupi would never sink to such depths.
· Subway Moves In To Grand Street's "Palazzo Grey" [The Lo-Down]
· Palazzo Grey coverage [Curbed]