Seafood restaurant, gourmet market will open in Fan Pier development

Boston’s Fan Pier development will be getting some new tenants, including the neighborhood’s first gourmet market and a high-end seafood restaurant.

Seafood restaurant, gourmet market will open in Fan Pier development
Frank Anthony’s Gourmet Market

Developer The Fallon Co. announced Wednesday that it had signed lease agreements with four new tenants, including Mastro’s Ocean Club; Frank Anthony’s Gourmet Market; Sorelle and Laura LeDuc Fitness. Salon Mario Russo, a hair salon, will also return to the neighborhood in a new location

Marking its first entrance into the Boston market, Mastro’s Restaurants will introduce Mastro’s Ocean Club, a 9,200-square-feet seafood restaurant in the luxury Twenty Two Liberty condo tower. The restaurant will be the fifth Ocean Club location in the U.S., and the company’s 14th U.S. location, joining the family of other Mastro’s restaurants in Beverly Hills, Chicago, Malibu, Manhattan, Scottsdale Arizona, Washington D.C.

Frank Anthony’s Gourmet Market, the neighborhood’s first food market, will open at 9 Fan Pier Blvd. And Sorelle – the popular Boston-based bakery café chain with locations in Charlestown and Boston’s Fort Point neighborhoods – will occupy more than 1,200 square feet in 100 Northern Ave. Both are expected to open later this summer, Fallon said in a release.

Salon Mario Russo will return to the neighborhood with a 1,300-square-foot hair salon at Twenty Two Liberty. The business opened an initial location in a temporary building at Fan Pier in 2010 with the understanding that the building would eventually close to make way for the next phase of the neighborhood’s growth, Fallon said.

Terms of the deals, which were negotiated by CBRE New England’s Jeremy Grossman and Andrea DeSimone on behalf of The Fallon Company, were not disclosed.



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