Five Guys opens in Sky View

TRD New York /
Sep.September 19, 2011 01:58 PM

A new Five Guys Burger and Fries joint has officially opened today at
the Sky View Center in Flushing, which has a shopping center located beneath residential condominiums, according to a statement released by the Sky View Center
today.

The new outlet is now officially open on level B of the
800,000-square-foot regional mall. “We’re so pleased to welcome a
fantastic brand like Five Guys Burgers and Fries to Sky View Center,”
said Michael Dana, president of Onex Real Estate Partners,
owner and developer of Sky View Parc. “We’re constantly looking for ways
to enhance our customers’ shopping experience and we’re confident that
Five Guys will quickly become a popular attraction.”

While Dana has been having difficulty with the residential component of the
development
,
the retail side has been successful, with stores such as Target,
Best Buy and Marshalls
.

Five Guys is one of the fastest-growing burger chains in the city, and
this is its third Queens location. 
— Miranda Neubauer


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