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Nebula nightclub partner opens midnight NYC dumpling spot

After a night of partying in Manhattan, you won't be in a dump.

Hot New $12 Million Nightclub Nebula Partners Open Late Night Hybrid Dumpling Concept Nearby, Parties and Hungry Revelers trying to attract people.

Concept 6th Avenue Steamed Buns opens on Bryant's 4,432-square-foot lot in a highly visible location at his 1027-1029 Avenue in America near his Park . It's just a few blocks from Nebula's Pulse Party at 135 W. 41st St.


As reported by The Post, Nebula will debut in his September 2021 three-story space totaling 11,000 square feet. The club now boasts nearly 23,000 followers on Instagram, with many posting videos of guests dancing to a spinning DJ. That means there are plenty of mouths to try for a late-night snack.

The eatery will open near Bryant Park.
Howard Hui Huang
The space will come chicly designed for the late-night crowd looking for a bite.
Howard Hui Huang
Closing time will be 2 a.m.
Howard Hui Huang
The space is 4,432 square feet in size.
Howard Hui Huang

Restaurant owner Howard Hui Huang has a relationship with Nebula and Mix.・Partner of Mix Lifestyle, which owns the cruise. Party boats, other restaurant concepts and some wine stores.

Lee & Associates NYC Executive Managing Director and Principal Mark Kapnick represented his 6th Avenue Steamed Buns in the transaction.

"Everyone loves dumplings," said Kapnick. “We wanted to bring something fun to the Bryant Park area, which has seen an increase in foot traffic since the pandemic began. We wanted it to cater to the local nightlife scene as well.”

Since the store closes at 2 a.m. every night , Nebula patrons travel from Times Square Expected to join the later crowd.   

Building owner MG RETAIL was represented by Adam Weinblatt of Newmark. Rent was $140 per foot for him.

"There has been a lot of interest stemming from the brisk traffic between Herald Square and Bryant Park as more tourists and office workers continue to return home," Weinblatt said. added.