Sushi Nikko has opened within the two-story food hall at the JACX, a two-tower commercial development from Tishman Speyer at 28-07 Jackson Avenue in Long Island City, Queens. The omakase-style sushi counter and restaurant is located on the mezzanine level of the JACX&CO food hall, which opened in November 2020 and comprises more than 11,000 square feet of dining space with interiors by INC Architecture & Design. Today, the food hall offers a selection of eight vendors serving Cantonese barbecue, Mediterranean selections, Chinese dim sum, casual Mexican cuisine, a café, specialty fried chicken, and now high-quality sushi.
“We are delighted to welcome the traditional Japanese cuisine of chef Tony Wu as this adds yet another enticing dining option to our selection of international culinary experiences,” said Kayle Birdoff, asset manager of JACX&CO. “Located in the bustling heart of Long Island City, JACX&CO continues to expand and offer new top-of-the-line experiences for its customers and residents of Long Island City.”
Designed by MdeAS Architects, The JACX opened in 2019 and comprises around 1.2 million square feet of commercial space spread across two 26-story towers. The façade of the buildings feature a mix of glass, terracotta, and concrete. Beyond office space, the development also has a one-acre green space on the fifth floor, a private café, and communal lounge areas. There is also parking for 550 cars and 175 bicycles.
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Omg—this food hall sounds delicious! Next NYC lunch! 🍱🥟🍣🍜💯