A little more than a year after plans for TurnStyle, a shopping center-cum-food market set to open at the 59th St-Columbus Circle subway station, were announced, it looks like the project may finally be realized. DNAInfo reports that the project's developer, Susan Fine of Columbus Development LLC, has confirmed an April opening date, with 32 vendors part of the initial batch of shops, restaurateurs, and food hawkers.
Originally, the market was expected to open in 2015, in the vacant retail space in the Columbus Circle subway station; a master lease was signed on the nearly 15,000-square-foot space in May, and more vendors have been confirmed in the months since.
The list of vendors includes popular eateries (Pressed Juicery, Meltkraft) along with upscale stores (Dylan's Candy Bar, Papyrus). According to DNAInfo, the developers also have plans in place for pop-up shops, performances, art shows, and more.
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· High-End Market TurnStyle Coming to Columbus Circle Subway Station in April [DNAInfo]