Subway is closing its shop on the north side of Summer Street to move across the road and become one of four shops to be the faces of the former Myer store development.
The fast food chain has lodged a development application with Orange City Council for its new shop and for signage at the front.
An image contained in the DA shows the blending of the shop with the heritage facade of the former Dalton Brothers store.
It is also the last of four shops to be confirmed to effectively become the main street faces of the Orange City Centre development.
Subway will take up the shop at the western end.
Clothing store Sportscraft will be next to it and adjacent to the grand front entrance to the complex.
On the other side of the entrance jeweller Angus and Coote will be sited.
The centre is expected to open in late November.
Subway has confirmed it will close its current store at the front edge of the Orange Central Square.
Other stores include bedding, homewares and furnishings retailer Adairs, women's wear shop Sportsgirl, underwear chain Bonds, hearing aid technology group Bay Audio, Asian milk tea chain The Alley-Lujiaoxiang, footwear store Natural Fit Footwear and men's hairdressers Barber Industries.
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