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Mamoun’s Falafel Brings Urban Cred to Fort Lee Development

Mamoun’s Falafel will open a tiny, 1,615-square-foot storefront at Hudson Lights, a one-million-square-foot residential, retail and entertainment complex in downtown Fort Lee, NJ.

The developers of Hudson Lights are ecstatic.

“Mamoun’s only has restaurants in select locales, that are known for their walkability and sought-after for the dynamic and convenient lifestyle that they provide to residents,” said Richard Tucker, CEO of Tucker Development, which is building Hudson Lights in partnership with Kushner Real Estate Group and funds managed by Ares Management. “The decision to open a restaurant at Hudson Lights speaks volumes.”

Founded in 1971 in Greenwich Village, Mamoun’s is the oldest falafel restaurant in New York. Fort Lee will be its seventh location.

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