He says the shop should open its doors by the end of the summer. The most likely location: a 2,100-square-foot (including rooftop) spot on Williamsburg’s Wythe Avenue by North 8th Street, steps from the Wythe Hotel–Brooklyn Brewery–Brooklyn Bowl maelstrom. Kosan says that he’s in the final stages of signing the paperwork, but that he might consider opening in Bushwick if this spot falls through. Kosan envisions the Brooklyn version of Walter’s as a sit-and-linger spot designed to appeal to the works-from-cafés set. “Good comfortable seating, Wi-Fi, and power outlets: A coffee shop with all three is really rare to find, like it’s a unicorn,” Kosan says. “But no one in 2016 is working in offices anymore. We want people to feel comfortable sitting and working as long as they want.”
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