Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh’s DTP Cos. just purchased a majority ownership in The Goodwich, the sandwich shop in the SoHo Lofts. The $350 million investment company agreed to purchase the restaurant so founder Josh Clark can “explore new projects.”
Clark retains a small stake in the company he founded in 2014 as a kiosk in the Dino’s Lounge parking lot. By 2015, Clark expanded into his current location at 900 Las Vegas Boulevard S. Last year, the sandwich restaurant opened its southwest location on Buffalo Drive, and then closed last March to make way for a second location for Firefly.
For now, nothing changes at The Goodwich, which maintains its Monday through Saturday hours from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
DTP also has an investments in other Downtown restaurants such as Bocho, La Comida, and VegeNation. Eat and Carson Kitchen each paid off their loans from DTP. The investment company also owns The Smashed Pig, Corduroy, the Gold Spike, and Downtown Container Park ventures such as Oak & Ivy, Big Ern’s BBQ, and Downtown Terrace.
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