Browsing: cappuccino on the bay

Business
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We always tried being optimistic about Cappuccino on the Bay. We hyped its reopening. We reviewed its new digs. We stopped by as often as we could stand to drink espresso. But in the end, Cappuccino on the Bay’s five-month existence at Avenue Z and East 17th Street passed like a numbing epilogue at the…

Real Estate
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Just a few years ago, the intersection at Avenue Z and East 17th Street was occupied by a gas station, a rather run-down garage, a parking lot, and a car wash/tobacconist. Just a block off of one of the area’s main stretches, it was a pretty dismal intersection. But now three low-rises have popped up,…

Food & Nightlife
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Looks like Cappuccino on the Bay has found a new home. While it’s not on the bay, anymore, it’s still in the bay. So, no need to change the name for one little preposition. Keep on the lookout for the official opening of the street-level storefront at the new location in the Bay Manor Condominium…

Real Estate
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(Photo by Ray Johnson) In May of this year, Ned Berke, wrote about Cappuccino on the Bay at 3031 Emmons Avenue and various lots near it being bought up for development. It is true that Cappuccino on the Bay is no longer operating on the bay, but there are still no “for sale” or “for…

Real Estate
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Ok, maybe not the most profound headline, but I think it captures the situation pretty well. Following my post on Best Western buying up adjacent properties on Emmons Ave., a commenter claiming to exclusively represent the seller on the sale of the four lots 3027-3033 Emmons Avenue which include the Cappuccino on the Bay building,…

Real Estate
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A fuse is lit for a potentially explosive showdown between Sheepshead Bay/Plumb Beach Civic Association (SBPB) and the owners of the Best Western on Emmons Ave. and Nostrand. News broke on SBPB’s forum that Cappuccino on the Bay is being bought out by the hotel’s owners, as part of an unfolding initiative to purchase the…