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Turnstyle, that long-promised shopping center inside the Columbus Circle subway station, just got a new tenant: Pressed Juicery, whose other outposts mainly exist inside of Equinox gyms. Crain's reports that it'll be the brand's first standalone shop in NYC, likely offering its signature cold-pressed combinations like chocolate almond, vanilla coffee, grapefruit mint, and no less than five different blends of green juice.
The underground shopping complex is expected to open by the end of the year, touting 34 retail spots, more than 75% of which have been filled. Confirmed tenants include eyewear store Specs, beauty brand Lush, and 17 food vendors (Kate Spade Saturday was also rumored, but RIP). "Turnstyle is a disruptive and innovative approach to retailing," says Eugene Kim, Pressed's CEO. "We couldn't think of a better way to launch our brand in New York."