The passersby on Broadway near West 82nd Street pause at a storefront that was shuttered suddenly. "Sorry we are closed," read the signs taped to the windows, which ask customers to "please visit our nearest locations" elsewhere on Broadway. It's not an unusual sight, especially these days, when high rents are forcing out lots of neighborhood businesses. But in this instance, the identity of the former occupant is causing those pedestrians to do double takes: McDonald's.
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