Restaurants 'fit in'

Chains tweak unit layouts to continue growing in tough real estate market


Flexible restaurant designs are giving operators an advantage when faced with a real estate market that offers fewer pristine rectangles available for developing and growing concepts.


Chains like Subway, McAlister’s Deli, La Madeleine Country French Café and The Greene Turtle are getting a leg up on the competition by equipping themselves with several different designs that can adapt to atypically shaped footprints or spaces previously occupied by other retail tenants.


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