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Breaking: Papa John’s Pizza Coming to 343 Grand Street

Posted October 27, 2011 at 6:41 am

Alas, your eyes did not deceive you. A Papa John’s outpost is coming to the Lower East Side. More after the jump!

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Knox Martin to Paint “Whaling Wall” Mural on 334 Grand

Last modified February 26, 2014 at 10:05 pm

As the stalled developments at 324-326 Grand Street waste away, the adjacent Palazzo Grey is gaining some high-exposure wall art.

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Coming Soon: Subway at 66 Delancey

Last modified July 2, 2010 at 9:59 pm

66 Delancey is the recipient of more makeovers than one.  While restoration efforts continue up above, street-level renovation has begun inside the former wireless joint at the northwest corner of Allen Street.  And what will this long-dormant space become?  You guessed it – a Subway franchise!

First Tag for Palazzo Grey

Last modified July 2, 2010 at 9:59 pm

The Palazzo Grey at 334 Grand Street is now marked with its first official graffito.  In recent days, a street writer tagged the west-facing facade of the nascent luxury building-cum-Subway food court.

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Subway to Open Wednesday

Last modified July 2, 2010 at 10:02 pm

The Subway franchise at 334 Grand Street is just days from opening its doors to the Lower East Side.  According to a store worker cleaning the windows, the upscale Palazzo Grey eatery fast food slop-house should begin serving on Wednesday. Time to place your wagers on when we should expect the inevitable visit from “Subman.”

Subway to Open at 334 Grand Street

Last modified July 2, 2010 at 10:02 pm

Last time we checked in with the Palazzo Grey at 334 Grand Street, the building was struggling to find ground-level occupancy. Now the months-long dormancy is coming to an end. It turns out that the “amazing retail/cafe opportunity” advertised will soon become a Subway! Just let that percolate – a Subway at the corner of […]

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334 Grand is Desperate

Last modified February 16, 2010 at 7:22 pm

Such an amazing opportunity that the cornershop is begging for business. Sounds like good, old-fashioned desperation. See Also: Chupi in Crisis: Meet New York’s New Palazzo [Curbed]