Trader Joe’s heading to Long Island City, brokers confirm

Store will open at 22-43 Jackson Avenue and should span about 17K sf

TRD New York /
Dec.December 11, 2019 06:45 PM
A rendering of 22-43 Jackson Avenue (Credit: StreetEasy)

A rendering of 22-43 Jackson Avenue (Credit: StreetEasy)

Trader Joe’s is on its way to Long Island City, according to multiple brokers who work in the neighborhood.

The popular grocery store will open a location of about 17,000 square feet at 22-43 Jackson Avenue. Construction should begin early next year.

News of the opening was first reported by LIC Post.

Circle F Capital is developing the Andres Escobar–designed building, which is known as the Prime. It will include 71 residential units.

Representatives for Trader Joe’s and Circle F Capital could not immediately be reached for comment.

Trader Joe’s has 13 locations open in New York City, including one in Queens at 90-30 Metropolitan Avenue in Rego Park, according to its website. It has one on Staten Island, two in Brooklyn and nine in Manhattan.


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