NEW YORK — A new ceramic vat designed by a black ceramic ceramicist and decorated with an elephant will be added in New Jersey.
The Black Cicerone Restaurant & Lounge in Chelsea will get a ceramic vate by the end of 2019, the city’s Parks Department announced Friday.
The new vat will be installed at the hotel and will feature a 3D-printed pattern of a black elephant, with an inscription, the department said.
The restaurant will also have a new outdoor seating area that will feature an array of terraces, a full bar, and seating for 30 guests, the New York Daily News reported.
The $100 million project is a joint effort between New York City and New Jersey, and the project is expected to generate about $400 million in new tax revenue, Parks Commissioner Eric Adler said in a statement.
“This will be a wonderful addition to our collections, which include some of the most iconic pieces of New York,” Adler told the Daily News.
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