Openings and closings: GameStop opens, Jay Dee Bakery closes

TRD New York /
Aug.August 24, 2009 04:34 PM
From left: GameStop opening, Jay Dee’s closing

Birdbath, a new branch of City Bakery’s spots, will open in Vesuvio Bakery’s old store at 160 Prince Street on the corner of Thompson Street. Metro PCS will open a new location in Hillview Towers in Harlem, according to a press release sent out today. The new Whole Foods Wine shop opened early at 808 Columbus Avenue on the corner of 100th Street. A new bar, Iron Horse Grill, opened in the Financial District at 32 Cliff Street on the corner of Fulton Street. A GameStop store will welcome customers at a new location at 2320 Broadway on the corner of 84th Street and Big Daddy’s Diner is opening down the block at 2458 Broadway on the corner of 91st Street, according to a press release from Newmark Knight Frank. The Museum of Chinese in America is officially opening its new space at 211 Centre Street in between Bayard and Canal streets on September 22.

A new men’s general store is reportedly heading to Park Slope, where it will make a home at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Berkeley Place.

Queens’ Jay Dee Bakery at 9892 Queens Boulevard, considered by many to be a landmark, is closing its doors.

In news from across the pond, Amy Sacco of Bungalow 8 fame is opening a new spot in Amsterdam. Her close friend, Winka Dubbeldam, will design the location.

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