Subway to Add More Than 2,500 Units in 2015

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MILFORD, Conn. — The Subway restaurant chain is on the lookout for potential sites, which can be used to house a Subway location, regardless of the size and layout.

“We are not only one of the most recognizable brands to have as a tenant, but we are probably the most flexible,” said John Devine, director of Subway Real Estate. “Large spaces are great, and ones with drive-thru potential are always welcomed as well, but 25 per cent of our restaurants — more than 10,500 restaurant locations — are located in what we call non-traditional spaces — those locations found in c-stores, universities, government buildings, hospitals, sports arenas or movie theatres. Places where you may not be able to fit some of the other restaurant concepts.”

The Subway chain has more than 43,800 locations worldwide with restaurants in 110 countries. Subway franchisees lease more than 53-million sq. ft. of property around the globe.


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