Chick-fil-A to Open Five-Story Restaurant with Rooftop Terrace in New York City’s Financial District

This winter, Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A will open its third restaurant in Manhattan in the heart of the Financial District. In its first foray out of Midtown, where the company opened its flagship outpost at 37th and 6th in 2015, Chick-fil-A will debut its largest and most intricately designed restaurant in the country at 144 Fulton Street, neighboring Fulton Center Station.

At more than 12,000 square feet, Chick-fil-A at Fulton Street will be nearly twice the size of any existing Chick-fil-A restaurant, with design elements that have never been featured in the chain’s 2,200+ restaurants. Spanning five floors, the restaurant will feature floor-to-ceiling windows on each level allowing for natural light throughout the entire restaurant, a signature monumental staircase accentuated by a skylight, three levels of dining with seating for 140 guests, a semi-private group meeting and dining space, two kitchens, and a rooftop terrace that offers unimpeded views of Freedom Tower.

The restaurant is located next to the Fulton Center Station (served by the 2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, J and Z trains), making it a convenient, quick stop for breakfast, lunch and dinner for commuters on-the-go.

Chick-fil-A is focused on providing a great work environment for people of all ages and backgrounds. Each NYC Chick-fil-A restaurant offers flexible hours, competitive pay and benefits, opportunities for leadership growth, college scholarships, and hands-on training and mentoring by the restaurant owner/franchisee. Like each of its restaurants, Chick-fil-A at Fulton Street will be locally owned. The franchise owner will employ more than 200 team members, with wages starting above New York City’s minimum wage.

Chick-fil-A is an active contributor to the community and is committed to giving back in New York City. Like the other NYC Chick-fil-A locations, Chick-fil-A at Fulton Street will also partner with New York Common Pantry to provide meals to those in-need. To date, the Chick-fil-A restaurants in New York City have donated more than 9,000 pounds of food to the organization, which serves New York’s homeless population.

Likewise, the Fulton Street restaurant will partner with the Downtown Alliance for New York to expand its giving efforts into Lower Manhattan.

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