(NEW YORK, NY) — Attention all Chick-fil-A lovers in NYC, your day just got sweet, or should we say savory.
According to reports, the popular food chain is eyeing a vacant space in Union Square.
Earlier this month, Blue Water Grill, a popular downtown restaurant, closed its doors after 20 years, leaving a vacant 11,000-square-foot space in a prime location. According to reports, the asking rent for the location is around $2 million annually.
If the chain decides to negotiate the lease, it would mark its 7th location in Manhattan. The company opened its first NYC location four years ago on Sixth Avenue and has since been steadily increasing its footprint. According to a report by Crain’s, Chick-fil-A’s Garment District location sells more than 3,000 sandwiches every day and generates around $13 million in annual revenue.