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Moviebank Closes on Queens Boulevard

By Brendan McKenna

Moviebank, the 24-hour automated video store on Queens Boulevard and 41st Street, has closed after about three years in business and its former space is currently for rent.

It is likely that Redbox and Netflix put this Moviebank location out of business — although it was convenient to Sunnyside residents, particularly after Hollywood Video on Roosevelt Ave. closed several years ago.

The asking rental price for the 600-square-foot storefront is $3,100 per month.

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