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Hey there, Delilah! Celebrity hotspot to open latest venue in Meatpacking District

domestic The hottest restaurants and supper clubs According to Realty Check, the luxury boutique will soon open exclusively at the vibrant intersection of the Meatpacking District and Chelsea.

Delilah, a celebrity purveyor with locations in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Miami, has signed a lease for a 10,000-square-foot, two-story entertainment district space at 9-50 West 14th Street.

The newly opened Delilah should not be confused with the tapas and supper club Delilah on Rivington Street in the Lower East Side, which is part of the H.wood Group, a burgeoning nightlife empire founded by John Terzian and Brian Toll.

Delilah, a celebrity purveyor with locations in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Miami, has signed a lease for a 10,000-square-foot, two-story entertainment district space at 9-50 West 14th Street. Javier Galindo

Other guests at the venue included Jay-Z, Beyonce, Justin Bieber, several members of the Kardashian family, Blake Lively, Drake, Pierce Brosnan and Leonardo DiCaprio.

The company boasts that Delilah’s chic modern American menu and Art Deco-inspired Roaring Twenties atmosphere are “protected” from privacy violations by a no-photography policy.

A representative for H. Wood Group said, “At this time we have no information to share regarding our New York Delilah store.”

But during a public hearing on the liquor license application before Community Board 4, which approved the plan, a secret was revealed this month:

Delilah will be located next door to the famous Old Homestead. There will be live and “background” music, a DJ, but no dancing. Food will be served until 2am. Legal capacity is 420 people, but they expect to seat 350 at 190 tables.

Other guests at the venue included Jay-Z, Beyonce, Justin Bieber, several members of the Kardashian family, Blake Lively, Drake, Pierce Brosnan and Leonardo DiCaprio. Delilah Miami via Getty Images (H. Wood Group)

Owner Brian Toll plans to visit the location “regularly,” according to the application.

Luling Delilah, which first opened in Los Angeles in 2016, Wynn Las Vegas in 2021 and Miami last year, is the latest success story for developer Tavros, which recently completed the restoration of 50 Ninth and is currently marketing the remaining spaces.

Delilah Miami opened last year, and the New York location is the latest success for developer Tavros. Delilah Miami via Getty Images (H. Wood Group)
Delilah is part of the H.wood Group, a burgeoning nightlife empire founded by John Terzian and Brian Toll. Delilah Miami via Getty Images (H. Wood Group)

The project consists of three restored and landmarked 19th century retail row houses and a new eight-storey boutique office building to be built behind them.

Dov Barnett, a partner at Tavros, said 50 Ninth’s location “directly across from Apple, Google, Gucci and Chelsea Market” makes it “a fantastic home for brands and businesses for years to come.”

The property consists of a 30,000-square-foot retail portion of a low-rise row of homes, with interiors by design firm Fogarty Finger, and a new eight-story, 57,000-square-foot office mini-tower designed by architecture firm BKSK and featuring a private outdoor terrace at the rear.

Rolls-Royce has already leased an “experience centre” on the eighth floor of the office space, and private equity firm SoleSource Capital has also leased one floor. Office rents are reportedly as high as $180 per square foot.

Delilah is located next door to the legendary Old Homestead and will feature live and “background” music and DJs, but no dancing. Javier Galindo

Through a representative, Tavros declined to comment.

The Tavros team is also working on a larger mixed-use project in Williamsburg called The Dime.

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