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Dry Cleaner Opens on 49th Street

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Oct. 2, 2013 Staff Report

Tiffanys Dry Cleaners, located at 43-07 49th Street, opened today.

The dry cleaner takes over the space that had been occupied by an elevator-parts store called Ecua Elevator.

The owner of dry cleaner said the rent is $1,200.

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This people stole my clothes..they never returned them.
im so upset about the fact the they will get away with it

i hate tomatos i said, except for catsup

any updates on this breaking stor…….zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz……

jack da waak

“the rent is $1,200”
Is this really necessary info???
Seriously, what kind of reporting is this?

Some good investigative questions:
– how long have you been a dry cleaner?
– do you live in sunnyside?
– do you have any special tricks for getting stains out of collars?

Why the hell do you ask how much the rent is?

Tequilla Mockingbird

Was the decision to have “Dry Cleaners” not centered on the (very VERY yellow) awning part of an artistic choice?

time to play B sides

whose the wizard behind all these primo awnings!!?? we got a real artist
we are lookin good Sunnyside!!


Thanks for breaking this story. You guys have guts that the other news outlets don’t. That’s why I come here. Hard-hitting, risk-taking yuppie news.


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