Subway is Opening a New Outpost on Clinton Street, Its 6th in 10002

Posted on: December 29th, 2014 at 5:00 am by
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Last week saw the release the seventh annual “State of the Chains Report,” which indicated a break-even ranking for chain stores infiltrating the Lower East Side in 2014. Meaning franchise locations within the confines of the 10002 zip code held steady [PDF] at forty-seven. Which, by the way, is still ridiculous. And Subway remains the second largest national retailer in the city, behind only Dunkin Donuts.

Well, the corporate sandwich stuffers are adding one more…

That’s right. They’ve got a new outpost planned for the Seward Park environs. Indeed, the short-lived Manhattan Deli and Grocery at 200 Clinton Street (aka 221 East Broadway) is to become the next neighborhood Subway in the neighborhood. Permits on file with the Department of Buildings – presently posted to the windows – break the news.

Once this shop opens, it’ll be the sixth Subway in 10002.

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