Noid Again: Domino’s Pizza Opens in Luxury Stanton Street Building

Posted on: March 18th, 2019 at 5:04 am by

Photo: Vinnie

Most often, luxury living tends to breed trendy or health-conscious establishments for retail partners. Not always, though.

Over at the upscale 196 Stanton Street, the commercial units largely remained vacant ever since the complex debuted. Until now. They’ve resorted to chain pizza to fill the commercial void – Domino’s.

This latest outpost – the second such “pizzeria” within walking distance – will open in the westernmost commercial store.

Also worth noting here is that apartments upstairs start renting at about $2,550 for a studio and $3,900 for a one-bedroom.

“God have mercy on the poor souls who pick up Domino’s instead of all the incredible pizza options nearby,” Vinnie from the neighborhood joked.

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