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7-Eleven’s Signage on Grand Street

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403 Grand St.,
403 Grand St.

If you haven’t walked past Grand Street (near Clinton) lately, here’s the new signage outside the 7-Eleven store poised to open in a commercial strip owned by the Seward Park Co-op.   Last month, 7-Eleven officials said they envisioned a late July opening. Co-op management had some say over the signage, which varies somewhat from location to location.


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  1. So ugly in its sterility! Like a TD Bank, or Duane Reade. A sad reminder that the neighborhood grows more boring with these types of stores.

  2. Its really sad that the neighborhood would rather bring in another fast food place selling junk than open a family friendly establishment that could give families, kids and/or our teens a fun and safe place to go. This neighborhood has many kids and families that could use an indoor play space, arcade or gym type setting for playing sports.

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