There are tables to eat your food before getting on the train|Eva Kis1/21 There are tables to eat your food before getting on the train|Eva Kis
Georgia's Bakery|Eva Kis2/21 Georgia's Bakery|Eva Kis
Flower Girl NYC|Eva Kis3/21 Flower Girl NYC|Eva Kis
The New.Stand|Eva Kis4/21 The New.Stand|Eva Kis
Yong Kang Street|Eva Kis5/21 Yong Kang Street|Eva Kis
A quick-service Starbucks|Eva Kis6/21 A quick-service Starbucks|Eva Kis
Fika|Eva Kis7/21 Fika|Eva Kis
The entrance from the 59th Street-Columbus Circle subway stop|Eva Kis8/21 The entrance from the 59th Street-Columbus Circle subway stop|Eva Kis
Dogs & Co.|Eva Kis9/21 Dogs & Co.|Eva Kis
Doughnuttery|Eva Kis10/21 Doughnuttery|Eva Kis
Bombas|Eva Kis11/21 Bombas|Eva Kis
Kit's|Eva Kis12/21 Kit's|Eva Kis
Spectre & Co.|Eva Kis13/21 Spectre & Co.|Eva Kis
The performance space at the south end of TurnStyle|Eva Kis14/21 The performance space at the south end of TurnStyle|Eva Kis
Dylan's Mini Candy Bar|Eva Kis15/21 Dylan's Mini Candy Bar|Eva Kis
There are two gender-neutral bathrooms at TurnStyle|Eva Kis16/21 There are two gender-neutral bathrooms at TurnStyle|Eva Kis
Ellary's Greens|Eva Kis17/21 Ellary's Greens|Eva Kis
Exit onto Eighth Avenue|Eva Kis18/21 Exit onto Eighth Avenue|Eva Kis
Papyrus|Eva Kis19/21 Papyrus|Eva Kis
Studio Manhattan|Eva Kis20/21 Studio Manhattan|Eva Kis
Susan E. Fine, the lead developer behind TurnStyle|Eva Kis21/21 Susan E. Fine, the lead developer behind TurnStyle|Eva Kis
Being underground in NYC is no longer a necessary evil.
TurnStyle, the Chelsea Market-esquecollection of 38 restaurants, food stores and retailers, opens to the public on Tuesday, April 19, at 5 p.m. Two years in the making, it's transformed a disused corridor beneath Eighth Avenue leading to the 59th Street-Columbus Circle subway stop into an airy,modern industrial market.
It's meant to feel like a street in the city, according to lead developer Susan E. Fine, and it accomplishes that with Insta-worthy mosaics on the floor and walls, brightly lit ceiling alcoves, elegantgratingto hide the guts of the station and generally looking like a 21st-century subway corridor should look. Unlike the cold, stately affair that is the World Trade Center Hub, TurnStyle isinvitingin the way that makes you crave custom doughnuts andsea salt hand cream. There's even wine and beer, courtesy of Ellary's Greens.
The shops, most of them hand-picked by Fine (and often from personal experience as an Upper West Sider),are meant to cater to the half-commuter, half-tourist crowd of 90,000 who came throughdaily until last July, when construction began. There's live entertainment planned for the southern end of the corridor, with Lincoln Center first up.
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Sorry, Columbus Circle commuters. You're about to have a lot of company.