Domino’s Pizza Franchise Opening in Luxury Rental Building on Stanton Street

Posted on: January 9th, 2019 at 5:00 am by

The Lower East Side might be gentrifying at a rapid rate, but chain pizza finds a way. It’s evolution.

Indeed, somehow a Domino’s Pizza franchise is soon to open in the luxury rental building at 196 Stanton Street (between Clinton and Attorney). This latest outpost – the second such “pizzeria” on the Lower East Side – will open in the westernmost commercial space. Teaser signage in the window reveals as much.

This is a building (aka The Stanton) known largely for its inability to score longer term tenants, so perhaps this might stick. Also worth noting that apartments upstair start at $2,550 for a studio and $3,900 for a one-bedroom.

In a town known for its slice, it’s always confounding to see chain pizza joints open up. Somehow the Allen Street Domino’s is still kicking.

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