New York City Pizza Palades closed its last two locations in mid-March.
Pizza John’s and Pizza Palace were opened last week.
The news was announced Tuesday by John Deere.
“We are extremely proud of the pizza, and the people that work in these businesses,” said Deere president and CEO John R. Deere in a statement.
Deere said Pizza John and Pizza Palace are closing the stores and adding the new stores at 814 Madison Ave.
in Manhattan, 785 West 42nd Street in Queens, and at 990 East 53rd Street in Brooklyn.
Pizza Johns was formerly owned by the Pizza John family and reopened in the spring of 2013.
The new locations will be the first of three in the city.
In April, the company announced that it was buying out the current Pizza John location at 1011 Madison Ave., where it has a separate pizza restaurant.