TurnStyle Brings Quick Eats and Impulse Buys to Underutilized Space in Columbus Circle Subway Station

TurnStyle is a new shopping area built inside of the Columbus Circle subway station that includes 30 food and shopping vendors with heavy hitters such as Doughnuttery and Meltkraft.

More than 30 vendors — mostly selling food — occupy storefronts in a long, underground hallway that connects the subway to more exits to the street. Many of the vendors have doors into their spaces, and several even have seating or serve beer and wine, so people can hang out.

Check out the full article for more on TurnStyle and how it fits into the Columbus Circle commuter ecosystem.

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via Eater

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