Inside an underground century-old concourse at the Columbus Circle subway station, TurnStyle has opened with 39 retail and food vendors.
The 30,000-square-foot, privately financed retail development includes 12 boutique shops, 20 gourmet eateries, and pop up vendors. It takes place along a 325-foot-long passageway that leads from 57th Street and Eighth Avenue to the A, B, C, D, and 1 train platforms at 59th Street, Columbus Circle.
“We bring choice, convenience, and a modern, clean design to the 90,000 daily commuters who use this Midtown hub,” explained Susan Fine, TurnStyle’s developer, in a press release. The vision, she explained, meant bringing Main Street underground.
Food vendors include 2Beans, Blossom Du Jour, Bolivian Llama Party, Bosie Patisserie (a second outpost of Bosie Tea Parlor), By Suzette, Dylan’s Candy Bar, Ellary’s Greens, FIKA, Casa Toscana, Gastronomie491, Georgia’s Café (a spin-off of Georgia & Aliou’s Tiny Treats Café), Greyston Bakery, MeltKraft, Semsom, Pressed Juicery, Starbucks, The Nutbox, The Pizza, and Yong Kang Street.
For a full list of vendors see turn-style.com
59th Street Columbus Circle station
Entrances at 57th/58th streets & Eighth Avenue