City officials announced Wednesday that the 1920s Gothic structure on Boston Common best known as an unused men's lavatory has been leased to become a restaurant.
Earl of Sandwich, a Florida-based chain, signed a 15-year-contract to convert the structure into a takeout joint, scheduled to open later this year or early next year following renovations, the Boston Globe reports.
"This is a great opportunity to transform a unique unused space into an active business, while contributing to the vitality of the Boston Common," Boston Parks Department commissioner Toni Pollak said in a statement. "This project will allow us to preserve a historic building while also bringing new life to the park for all visitors to enjoy."
Promoted as having the "world's greatest hot sandwich," the Earl of Sandwich has 13 locations, including one at Massachusetts' Logan International Airport.
Read more at the Boston Globe.
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