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Business Little Angel Children's Boutique at 1605 Avenue Z
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Children’s clothing and accessory store Little Angel is expanding, taking over the neighboring storefront. The business has been at 1605 Avenue Z for five years, ever since they moved off Sheepshead Bay Road in 2010, where they operated under the name “Socks & More…”. Apparently, business has been good, because they’ve now taken over Art-3…

Business LA Diva at 1621 Jerome Avenue
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Women’s clothing store La Diva Boutique is now closed. The business, located at 1621 Jerome Avenue, shuttered in recent weeks and a “For Rent” sign was slapped onto the window. It’s not clear how long the business has been around for, or why it closed. La Diva is not to be confused with Gift Diva, a business…

Business toymax
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This is a paid announcement from ToyMax in Sheepshead Bay: Now you can settle all your toy and baby supply needs without leaving the neighborhood. With ToyMax’s convenient location at 2460 East 17th Street, there nos more need to wait on long lines or to suffer through Belt Parkway traffic. ToyMax features hard to find, unique, organic and…

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Whereas the first Sheepshead Summer Stroll ushered in the summer in June, this second one, held this past Sunday, capped off the season. Hosted by Empower Sheepshead and the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, and sponsored by Sheepshead Bites, Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz, and the Kings Bay Y, the Sheepshead Summer Stroll closes down Sheepshead Bay Road to…

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A new hair salon for men is slated to open at 1629 Jerome Avenue, just off of Sheepshead Bay Road. Signs for Bosphorus Hair Salon for Men went up at the storefront over the weekend, according to our super tipster Robert Fernandez. It replaces Merin Corsetiere, the long-lived women’s apparel business that went out of business earlier this…

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Gourmanoff, a new gourmet supermarket from the folks behind NetCost Market, is now open at 1029 Brighton Beach Avenue, taking up the ground floor of the former Millenium Theater. The owners celebrated the grand opening Monday evening with an invite-only party, with Vegas-style cocktail waitresses handing out champagne and a full display of the market’s culinary…

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It appears House of Jeans, an Avenue U apparel staple for more than 40 years, is getting a new name. The business’ sign came down from the 2118 Avenue U storefront a few weeks ago, and was recently replaced by another sign that says WOODstack. The inventory appears to be much of the same: brand name…

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Ladies, meet lingerie. Magic Lady Lingerie. The business is now open at 2025 Avenue U. It replaces In Style, a woman’s clothing store. It’s not entirely a new business. Magic Lady used to be at 1820 Avenue M, but an employee told us today that they moved a few weeks ago. Welcome to the neighborhood.…

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Well, that was fast. Less than five months after opening, Xing Hui Fashion at 1222 Avenue U is now closed. We spotted the “For rent” signs this morning. It was only in March that we announced the business was set to open, selling jewelry, handbags, clothing, shoes and accessories. Hopefully the location fills up faster than…

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