Green Kiosk, TurnStyle Subway - 8th Avenue

NY, New York

$200

Per Day

30 sqft

Retail

Bar & Restaurant

Event

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Unique

A Little About This Space

Subway kiosks aren’t just for magazines and bottles of water. With TurnStyle, a food court and shopping center in the middle of the Columbus Circle subway station, you can think big.

Go underground without downgrading your digs. The kiosks here are in the center of this transit hub placed between NYC’s iconic steel-beam subway pillars. Your area is distinct thanks to dark wood flooring. Brands like Studio Manhattan, Starbucks, and Lush have already set up shop in this bustling corridor so not only are you getting everyday foot traffic, you’re getting theirs too. The only thing you’ll have to bring is lighting and your ideas.

Due to the location, TurnStyle is very easy to get to. With many trains running to the station itself, it’s alway been a great spot to transfer, and now it’s a great spot to shop and eat.

Amenities
  • Lighting
  • Shelves
  • Counters

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Home Truths

Think creatively about displaying and storing your stock with the limited space available.

The Local Area
Street View
Spaces Nearby

Columbus Circle is an area of Manhattan where the city’s quintessential elements combine to create an urban wonderland for dyed-in-the-wool New Yorkers and first-time visitors alike. The neighborhood is brimming with things to do: Central Park offers year-round, outdoor entertainment from picnics on the grass in the summer to skating in the winter. Musicophiles can catch Wynton Marsalis head the in-house orchestra at Jazz at Lincoln Center. Out-of-towners and city staycationers can revive and relax at Mandarin Oriental Hotel. And foodies know that Thomas Keller’s Per Se restaurant is in the neighborhood, too. Picnics? Music? Hotels? Haute cuisine? What could be more “New York?” The subway!

But under Columbus Circle in a subway station, it’s not a typical transit experience. And that's thanks to the brand-new food hall TurnStyle, which elevates the underground with shops like LUSH and Dani and the Rings, and purveyors from Dylan’s Candy Bar to Starbucks. Bright orange subway entrances lead commuters to this two-block-long passageway that’s part of one of the city’s busiest transit hubs. Thousands of people walk through this corridor each day ensuring plenty of foot traffic and exposure.

About the Appear Here Service

At Appear Here we believe in the personal touch, which is why everyone gets matched to a Concierge who is there to help you find the perfect space for your idea.

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