Police are searching for a man they said took a laptop from a 7-Eleven last week.
The 7-Eleven store at John and Pearl streets offers Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV and cafe seating.
The chain is eyeing more stores in the area.
Cops say the suspect took off with cash, a case of Red Bull and a roll of paper towels.
John Street and Fulton Street will be the newest homes for 7-Elevens in Manhattan.
A new outpost of the mini-mart small businesses love to hate is on its way to West Third Street.
The growth of chain stores in New York accelerated in 2012, according to a new report.
A new 7-Eleven store is reportedly opening on the Bowery at East Fourth Street on Oct. 5.
7-Eleven says it sells more fresh food in Manhattan than in any other borough.
7-Eleven hopes to open a staggering 100 stores in Manhattan over the next five years.
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