403 Grand Street
Posted October 18, 2019 at 5:00 am
The year-long dormancy of the former Grand Street 7-Eleven is drawing to a close. In its place, a familiar Lebanese restaurant. Word on the street is that Greenwich Village import, Manousheh, just signed a lease for the vacated space. We’re told that asking rent had been about $18,000, but final price is unknown. Occupancy apparently […]
Posted August 30, 2018 at 5:07 am
The 7-Eleven outside the Seward Park Co-op on Grand Street is at the end of its life. Five years later, the franchisees have terminated their lease, and will close down for good tomorrow (August 31). Co-op management, which owns the one-story commercial strip, confirmed the closure to us earlier this month. Apparently, 7-Eleven corporate guaranteed […]
Last modified August 14, 2018 at 8:47 am
On the Lower East Side, one chain breaks as two more are forged. Word on the street is that the Seward Park franchise of 7-Eleven is folding. A tipster sent along this image showing the fire sale of 75% off goods in-store at 403 Grand Street. Charles H. Greenthal (management) confirmed that it’ll close on […]
Posted August 9, 2013 at 6:10 am
It’s here. Jump for joy. The Seward Park 7-Eleven became a lightning rod issue in May 2012, when the co-op board, which owns the retail strip, was on the verge of inking a ten-year lease. Residents rebelled, arguing that there was little benefit to hosting this national chain here. Ultimately the board approved, and after a […]
Posted June 27, 2013 at 6:10 am
7-Eleven muscled its way into Seward Park and now wants to play nice with the neighbors.
Posted May 28, 2013 at 5:39 am
That sign in the window is no longer a threat, but now a reality. Construction has arrived. Just a few blocks south of the outpost at the old Loew’s Delancey building, 7-Eleven recently gave the go-ahead for renovations at Seward Park. DOB permits were filed for the 403 Grand Street storefront last week, and interior buildout […]
Posted March 26, 2013 at 6:06 am
It’s been a year since we broke news that 7-Eleven (and possibly Dunkin’ Donuts) intended to sling Slurpees at 403 Grand Street.