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Concept Region Size Comments
New England 6,000 - 8,000 SF 1.5 acres minimum for free-standing units. Will consider purchase, ground lease or end cap lease.
New England 7,000 - 10,000 SF Prefer “iconic” real estate in “A” markets. Will consider ground level of first class hotels and office buildings, stand alone and only the very best retail developments.
Greater Boston
Southern MA & RI
4,500 - 6,000 SF Urban and strong suburban locations with a track record of strong casual dining sales. At locations in smaller markets.
Select Markets
throughout North America
Urban: 10,000+/-SF
Suburban: 6,000 - 8,000 SF
Urban and regional suburban locations. Strong daytime employment and evening/weekend activity generators. In-line locations, end caps or free-standing locations. Significant patio is a plus.
Select Markets throughout North America Urban: 5,000 +/ ‐ SF + patio Urban areas servicing a younger demographic.
Select Markets
East Coast USA
Legal Sea Foods:
7,000 - 10,000+SF
LTK: 5,000 - 6,000 SF
Legal “C” Bar:
6,000 +/- SF
Prefer “iconic” real estate in “A” markets. Will consider ground level of first class hotels and office buildings, stand alone and only the very best retail developments.
Greater Boston 1,500 - 2,000 SF
Full Service Units
& Kiosks
High traffic urban, suburban and town center locations.
MA, NH, RI,ME, VT, Northeastern Upstate New York 5,400 +/‐ SF
With 100‐120
parking spaces
Prepared pad site for a free‐standing building or end cap in high traffic suburban areas.
Greater Boston 1,500 +/- SF Strong urban and suburban locations. Significant student population and day time population.
Select trade areas throughout New England 5,000 +/ ‐ SF Prefer built to suit or space lease. High traffic. Urban and suburban trade areas.
New England 6,000 SF or 1 +/- acre. Free-standing building in high end retail trade areas in close proximity to super regional malls. Will only consider “A” locations.
North & West of Boston Suburban: 1 acre
with 200 ft minimum frontage
Urban: 4,000 +/- SF
High auto traffic count suburban locations. High pedestrian traffic urban locations.
New England
outside of
Metro Boston
15,000 SF Free-standing or prominent end cap. Will only consider “A” real estate. Prefer home improvement, electronics and higher end department stores as co-tenants.
New England 7,000 - 12,000 SF Urban and suburban locations. Middle to upper income. Building or monument signage with outside play area.
Greater Boston 12‐000‐15,000+ SF Strong demographics and day time population. Free‐standing or in‐line locations.
Greater Boston 1,500 - 2,000 SF Strong urban and suburban locations with strong immediate demographics. Premium lifestyle centers.
Vermont 3,500 SF
Freestanding or
end cap
Super-regional retail areas with minimum of 40’ frontage.  Strong traffic counts, great access and ample parking.
New York 4,500-7,000 SF Regional strip centers, downtown and mall locations. Prefer large metropolitan and medium sized markets.  Minimum of 30’ frontage.