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Downtown resident helps bring market to The Banks

Cincinnati.com The Enquirer, January 2017 Instead of complaining about late-night grocery options for Downtown Cincinnati residents, Neal Sebastian decided to do something about it. Sebastian, who lives in an apartment at The Banks, is one of four investors working to open a grocery, beer and coffee-selling convenience store at the mixed-use riverfront destination. Read full article:https://www.streetcorner.com/media/DowntownresidenthelpsbringmarketTheBanks-Cincinnatidotcom.pdf […]

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Convenience store, deli coming to the Banks

Cincinnati Business Courier, January 2017 A new market and convenience store is opening in the former Orange Leaf space at the Banks. Street Corner, a Topeka, Kan.-based specialty market that sells fresh and packaged food, deli items, craft beer and coffee, is expected to open this spring in 1,500 square feet at 160 Walnut St. […]

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Upscale Market Opening in Historic Clemons Building

TheChattanoogen.com, September 2016 A new multi-purpose market will open this week on the ground floor at the historic Clemons Building. “Street Corner Market at the Clemons” will be available for residents and nonresidents to enjoy a variety of services and products. Owners of the market noted their vision of providing a true Chattanooga experience to […]

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Profit-Building Forecourts

Independent Gasoline Marketing Magazine, March April Issue Read full article:https://www.streetcorner.com/news/IndependentGasolineMarketingMarchAprilissue.pdf […]

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Street Corner Founder Creates an Oasis of Convenience Retail

Franchisely, August 2015 Street Corner Founder Creates an Oasis of Convenience Retail In 1988, the first Street Corner convenience store opened up in the West Ridge Mall in Topeka, Kansas. Within a few years, CEO, Peter LaColla, and President, Dan McCabe, opened dozens of stores, serving diverse local populations from 20,000 to 6 million people. […]

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Valero station proposes redevelopment

Pascack Press, May 2015 Valero station proposes redevelopment The boroughʼs land use board may soon hear plans for the redevelopment of the Valero station located at Kinderkamack Road and Linwood Avenue. The Emerson Mayor and Council unanimously agreed that the redevelopment proposal was consistent with the boroughʼs redevelopment plan at a May 5 meeting. Read […]

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Meet Mr. Right

SC Lottery Newsletter, July 2014 Meet Mr. Right Vipin Patel does what’s right. Case in point, he found a wallet in his store and returned it to its owner. Six months later, Patel is still being rewarded for his act of kindess. Patel was closing up on December 28 when he found the wallet abandoned […]

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Street Corner Expands to Northern California

Convenience Store Decisions, May 2014 Street Corner Expands to Northern California The Great Mall of the Bay in Milipitas, Calif., just become a little more convenient for shoppers and mall employees. May 2, 2014, marked the opening of a new Street Corner franchise at the mall. Street Corner, which exploits small and underused spaces in […]

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Shop on the Corner

NRF Stores, March 2014 Shop on the Corner Any box-style store can sell convenience items, but Street Corner offers stylized décor and merchandising that invites customersto imagine they are strolling through a New York street scene, complete with icons of hot dog and pretzel pushcarts. Most Street Corner locations are 600-sq.-ft stores in high-end regional […]

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50 Top Franchises for Minorities

Franchising Today, October 2013 50 Top Franchises for Minorities The National Minority Franchising Initiative (NMFI) recently completed its seventh annual survey to analyze the progress of minorities within the franchising community. From over 400 detailed responses,two overarching conclusions can be drawn. First, the overall percentage of minority participation in the franchise industry continues to grow. […]

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