66 Delancey Street

Longtime LES Sign Maker Decamps Delancey for Brooklyn

Posted April 6, 2016 at 5:17 am

​The Chung Wah Sign store that held down 64-66 Delancey Street for more than a decade is bidding farewell to the Lower East Side. A sign on the front door of the workshop announces an imminent move to Brooklyn (1107 Flushing Avenue). Its decampment to the outer borough frees up a gargantuan open space on […]

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Early Edition: May 6

Last modified June 27, 2012 at 1:01 am

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Subway Finally Adds Signage to 66 Delancey

Posted March 22, 2011 at 6:18 am

Last week, “Subway 66” on Delancey finally decided it was time to install the official franchise signage.

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Exterior Rehab of 64 Delancey Now Complete

Posted November 1, 2010 at 6:25 am

In the days following the dismantling of the sidewalk-blocking scaffolding at the base of Blue, another Delancey Street building has also prevailed.  You betcha!  Roughly nine months after the first iron prison bars went up, the exterior rehabilitation of 64 Delancey is now complete. Get a load of the new brick.

Subway Franchise Coming Soon to Avalon Chrystie

Last modified November 1, 2010 at 12:23 am

The most important news here isn’t that the newest Subway outpost at 66 Delancey opens for business today. Or that the requisite grand opening sigange and stream of colorful flags are in place. No, no.  Rather, another location is currently in works just a few blocks to the northwest.  It has come to this, folks. […]

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Subway Adds Hype Banner at 66 Delancey

Last modified July 2, 2010 at 9:58 pm

As reported last month, Subway is opening another franchise location at 66 Delancey (aka Subway 66).  To officially announce its presence, the future foot-long hub added a huge hype banner to the storefront scaffolding yesterday morning.  Subman likely to follow!

Coming Soon: Subway at 66 Delancey

Last modified July 2, 2010 at 9:59 pm

66 Delancey is the recipient of more makeovers than one.  While restoration efforts continue up above, street-level renovation has begun inside the former wireless joint at the northwest corner of Allen Street.  And what will this long-dormant space become?  You guessed it – a Subway franchise!