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April Glass Finds New Space

April Glass’ former 44-09 Queens Blvd. location

Feb. 11, 2011 By Christian Murray

April Glass is re-opening its store on 40th Street.

Last month, Patrice Lee, the owner of April Glass, closed her store on Queens Blvd claiming that the rent was too high. At the time, she said she was in the process of signing a lease at 43-42nd 40th street, which is a block from the 40th Street subway station.

The Woodside Herald has confirmed that Lee signed that lease.

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Patrice of April Glass

Thank you all for your well wishes, I really appreciate them! We have signed a new lease at 43-42 40th Street, around the corner from Dazies Italian Restaurant.

My new landlord, and his very talented team, has done all the work on our cozy little shop, and the place looks great. I couldn’t be happier. Even though the place is smaller, we created a new healing room for our Reiki, BodyTalk, Tarot and Moon Circle experts to perform in.

Check out our website,, and friend us on Facebook for more updates. We are hoping for a grand re-opening the first weekend in March and hope to see everyone there!


I hope everyone supports this store in their new location. The people who work there couldn’t be sweeter and the things they sell are great! Perfect for any housewarming or birthday gifts. Love them. I buy all my holiday/birthday gifts for friends either there or at Stray on Skillman. Go local biz!!!


Congradulation to April Glass. Glad they are still alive. They are very improtant to our town. they are worth the walk from where ever you live. They appreciate all the business they get including their web site maiing list. Sunnyside lives


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