Le Pain Quotidien gets new life

Fast-casual eatery specialist Aurify Brands bought bakery-driven chains Le Pain Quotidien and Maison Kayser out of bankruptcy earlier this year.

Kicking off a plan to reopen LPQ in vacant, former Maison Kayser locations, Aurify just signed a lease for a new LPQ in 2,425 square feet of ground-floor space and 1,300 square feet in the basement of Manhattan Skyline’s 1377 Sixth Ave. at West 56th Street — the rental apartment building Claridge’s.

Aurify co-CEO John Rigos told The Post, “We’re opening it up as the new and improved LPQ, which will offer a superior culinary and hospitality experience than before.” Joshua J. Roth repped Skyline in-house, while RCS Real Estate Advisors repped Aurify.