Long-awaited Subway opens at the corner of Packard and Platt
The Subway restaurant in the Platt Retail Center at the corner of Platt and Packard finally opened its doors to business this week.
Franchise owner Mike Heffner signed a deal to open the fast-food chain a year ago, but the space sat vacant while the retail center made modifications to meet building code.
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There is still one space available in the complex, which is being marketed by Jim Chaconas and Brendan Cavender of Colliers International for an annual $14 per square foot.
In late August, Heffner also signed a deal to open a 1,100-square-foot Subway at 1251 N. Maple Rd. just south of the Miller Avenue intersection.
It’s the fourth new store Subway has said it would open in Ann Arbor within the last year, adding to about a dozen already here.