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WHAT’S IN STORE: Street Corner

Convenience Store News, April 21, 2022 Street Corner opened its first Riverside County, Calif., store in the mixed-use Metro at Main complex in Corona. The “express”-style store re-imagines the neighborhood bodega with a fresh, modern vibe, and offers a wide array of groceries, freshly made grab-and-go meals and snacks, along with coffee, beer and wine. […]

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Street Corner Opens ‘Express’ Store in California’s Riverside County

CStoreDecisions, March 24, 2022 More press coverage on Street Corner’s newest store opening at Metro at Main in Corona, California. Street Corner has opened its first “express”-style Riverside County store in California’s mixed-use Metro at Main complex. The store re-imagines the neighborhood bodega with a fresh, modern vibe and offers a wide array of groceries, freshly […]

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Street Corner Urban Market Opens at Metro at Main, Corona, California

The Press-Enterprise, March 2022 A trendy convenience store has opened its doors at Metro at Main in Corona. Street Corner isn’t a new concept, but it’s a first for the city and the Inland Empire. While the franchise-based store has been around for 32 years, its retail space puts a modern twist on the classic […]

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Street Corner Urban Market to Open New UCSD Campus Location

New Convenience Market and Deli Franchise Expected to Open by End of Year whatsnowsandiego.com, February 2022 The Street Corner franchise business continues their fast expansion with a new Street Corner Urban Market location coming to the UCSD Campus. This location is a first for the business, having never opened a store on a University campus.  Street Corner Urban Market at […]

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Street Corner’s Post-Pandemic Reinvention

cstoredecisions.com, January 2022 The COVID-19 pandemic gave Street Corner an opportunity to change its approach to the marketplace. It’s entering 2022 with three tech-forward prototypes and major plans for growth. Street Corner may not be the new kid on the block — it first entered the market in the mid-1980s — but the chain’s reinvention […]

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Street Corner Adds Street-Side C-Stores to Franchise Mix

CSPnet.com, November 2013 Street Corner Adds Street-Side C-Stores to Franchise Mix TOPEKA, Kansas — Street Corner, a convenience chain known for its small-square-footage inline stores and mall kiosks, has announced that it has begun offering franchisees small and large street-side stores. The company has also announced that it has engaged industry veteran Ed Davidson as […]

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Street Corner Opens in Milipitas, Calif., Shopping Center

Shopping Center Business, May 2014 Street Corner Opens in Milipitas, Calif., Shopping Center Milipitas, Calif. – Convenience chain Street Corner has opened a location at the Great Mall of the Bay in Milipitas, located eight miles north of San Jose. Street Corner sells items not usually found in the mall, including cough drops, aspirin and […]

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An Urban Vision

NACS Magazine, February 2018 An Urban VisionStreet Corner’s Urban Superette concept is designed especially for city dwellers. Nearly three decades ago when Peter La Colla started building a modest chain of convenience stores located inside shopping malls, he didn’t realize how much the convenience store industry would change. “My first Street Corner started out as […]

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Street Corner Wants to Take on ‘Well-Worn Convenience Chains’

CSP, August 2017 Street Corner Wants to Take on ‘Well-Worn Convenience Chains’ Street Corner, a franchisor of convenience stores in shopping malls, urban multiuse developments and other alternative venues, has signed its first territory representative to expand the chain in the San Diego metropolitan area. The first area store, an ” Urban Superette” with convenience […]

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Downtown has a new hip, upscale convenience store

Local12, May 2017 Downtown has a new hip, upscale convenience store Downtown residents now have a new grab and go option for groceries and snacks. Street Corner Market at The Banks recently opened. The owners say the market is geared towards people who live at The Banks or work downtown. “People have been asking for […]

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