Hudson, a Dufry company with more than 1,000 stores in airports, commuter hubs, landmarks and tourist destinations across North America, on Sept. 22 celebrated the reopening of its flagship Hudson News store at New York City’s world-famous Grand Central Terminal in partnership with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and Metro-North Railroad.
A mainstay of Grand Central Terminal since 1990, Hudson News has served as a symbol of nostalgia and familiarity for all New Yorkers and those who visit daily.
“We thank the MTA and Metro-North for recognizing Hudson’s history here, and we look forward to working together once again to preserve the building’s legacy and now assist in the collective ‘return to normal’ efforts,” said Brian Quinn, executive vice president and deputy chief executive officer of Hudson.
Located in the Main Concourse under the east staircase and opposite Grand Central Market, Hudson News returned to its former high-profile location – complete with a new, reimagined look for the 2,500-square-foot space.
Inside, the new layout creates a more modern shopping experience, with the choice of traditional checkout or the new option to stop at one of three contactless self-checkout kiosks for those traveling at the speed of a New York minute.
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