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Thor signs 7-11 at 88 Greenwich Street

Thor Equities has leased a portion of 88 Greenwich Street in the Financial District to 7-11, company executives announced.

The international chain of convenience stores has signed a long-term deal for 2,800 s/f of retail at the building owned by Thor Equities.

Situated near 1 WTC, Brookfield Place, The Oculus, Fulton Center, and a multitude of NYC landmarks and new developments, 88 Greenwich is a modern, art-deco inspired property that was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002.

Built in 1929, it was renovated into luxury residential condominiums around 2003.

Additional tenants at the base of the Greenwich Club Residences include Sauce & Barrel, Dunkin Donuts, Boundless Plains Espresso, My Belly’s Playlist, Petropolis, and FiDi Cleaners.

“We are pleased to welcome 7-11 to 88 Greenwich Street and thrilled they chose our location to unveil their new NYC concept. With a growing residential and office population, complemented by the Financial District’s status as a tourist destination, we predict this outpost to be among the most successful in Manhattan,” said CEO Joseph Sitt.

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