Browsing: stop and shop


Fruit, nature’s oldest weapon, struck again yesterday when an enraged customer at the Avenue Y Stop & Shop is accused of hurling avocados at a defenseless employee, according to a report by the New York Daily News. Joe Testa, the 45-year-old crazed grocery patron, allegedly bruised the face of a female Stop & Shop employee…

Real Estate

The 88,000-square-foot lot that houses Super Stop & Shop (1710 Avenue Y) has sold for $28.5 million, netting the largest price tag for real estate in the history of Sheepshead Bay. The property was sold by Connecticut-based real estate firm Feldco Development to a Florida-based LLC named Sands Brook, according to a report in The Real…

Real Estate

Just days after the last of the businesses on the lot shuttered, contractors have placed fencing around the future home of a Marshalls department store. We broke the news back in January that the lot at 1611 Avenue Y, between East 16th Street and East 17th Street, would be swallowed up by the retailer. The developer…


The rumor mill has been churning for months, but Sheepshead Bites has finally confirmed that Marshalls department store will open near the heart of Sheepshead Bay – but additional traffic could upset neighbors. The 27,292 square foot, one-story department store will be constructed at 1611 Avenue Y, between East 16th Street and East 17th Street.…


Reader nolastname spotted this two days ago at Super Stop & Shop (1710 Avenue Y). It appears one of the neighborhood’s worst parking lots is taking another hit to its reputation. Anyone know what the heck happened here?

Arts & Music

Over on this week’s open thread, Supafly10579 asked how to keep the bottle collectors out of her yard. This, of course, spurred a discussion that’s come up a few times before in the comments – i.e. readers think these people are a nuisance. Someone linked to the video above, which shows one of these bottle…


It was back in November when we first told you about the sidewalk repairs being done at Super Stop and Shop on Avenue Y and East 18th Street. The work seemed to be progressing at a swift pace, but then it kept expanding all the way to the above ground parking entrance ramp. Just when…