Cheesecake, that is. That's got to be one sweet deal. Junior's coming back as a tenant would be the cherry on top. (I'll show myself out)
Junior’s plans to sell its downtown home, clearing the way for a new condo building with a really sweet perk — easy access to top-flight desserts.The iconic eatery is expected to move out of its 17,000-square-foot flagship following the sale, but believes it can negotiate a deal to return as a tenant and open a new restaurant on the ground floor.The Rosen family, owner of the 64-year-old business, fended off suitors for the two-story building for years before finally capitulating to the sweet temptations of Brooklyn’s whipped-up real estate market.Downtown has already changed so much. Another decade and you'll hardly recognize the skyline.