Coffee shops are hiring for new locations as retailers struggle with the economic downturn.
And many of the new locations are located on the East Coast, as coffee shop chains have struggled with competition from chains that are relocating their locations to places like Los Angeles and New York.
The New York Post reported on Monday that coffee shop chain Coffee Club Cafe is looking for a location in Manhattan’s West Village, a neighborhood that’s become synonymous with its coffee shops.
The new location would be the company’s first in the neighborhood since 2007.
The new location could help the chain add to its already established presence in the area, and would be just the latest in a series of moves the company has made to expand in the last year.
Last year, Coffee Club CEO David Oates announced plans to open two new locations in the district.
Last year, the company also opened a location at the West Village’s Museum of Art, as well as the New England headquarters of coffee chain Starbucks.
Coffee Club Cafe has also opened two new cafes in New York’s Brooklyn neighborhood, one in Prospect Park and one in Astoria, Brooklyn.
The company’s new coffee shop in Brooklyn will be named The Coffee Shop.
The company will also open a cafe in the Bronx in late 2019.
And the company is also building a new café in Queens, according to a press release from Coffee Club’s marketing department.