That would be the first retail tenant at 550 Vanderbilt, the only condo building constructed in Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park, and built by Greenland Forest City Partners.
|Note that "540 Vanderbilt" is at|
about the center of the tower.
Van Leeuwen location not clear
(Van Leeuwen is known for pure flavors, while Ample Hills has funkier, more creative concoctions--minimalism vs. maximalism, as the Village Voice suggested. Both are expensive but very good.)
Also, there's a Thai hand-rolled ice cream place, Treat Yourself, between them, though it's less of a direct competitor.
It's unclear, of course, whether the asking rent was the contracted rent. Note that the asking rent for two Van Leeuwen spaces in Manhattan cited by the Commercial Observer were $384/square foot in Nolita and $150/square foot on the Upper East Side.