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Subway Opens Wednesday

May 18, 2010 By Christian Murray

A Subway Restaurant, located on the corner of 44th Street and Queens Blvd. (north), is opening Wednesday.

The Subway will include a bodega-like “express grocery.”

The sandwich store replaces Welcome Mart, a small grocery store, that closed in November.

Meanwhile, an independent T-Mobile distribution store opened 10 days ago.  The store is located between 41st and 42nd on Queens Blvd.

It replaces Moviebank which closed in January. The asking rental price for the 600-square-foot storefront was $3,100 per month.

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What is taking so long for the opening of the new Oasis Gyro/Pizza parlor on the SE corner of Queens Boulevard and 40th Street? Work started long before the new Subway.


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