A Forest Hills, NYC Blog
I always wondered how they stayed in business as it was highly overpriced and empty most of the time. Anyways, we have Micro Center, so it won't be missed...
Umm, we don't have a Micro Center...
We do have one. It's like a 5 minute drive away.
Really? Where? (Also, not to be rude, but not everyone around here drives. If it's not near a major bus or subway stop, it may as well be invisible to most of us :)
Weird, it's not on the closing store list.http://qns.com/story/2017/03/21/radioshack-stores-queens-will-close-next-month-electronics-chain-continues-struggle/
I hope that Starbucks expands there..they do make a lot of money and it is a small place right now.
I'm sorry for them. And now I'm REALLLLLY nervous something stupid will come in and occupy that retail space. Like another bank or medical office or 99 cent store. JFC.
I agree with your REALLLLLLLLLLY nervous state.LOL This neighborhood,as rich as it's history is,is commercially and ad hock convoluted eyesore plagued by high rents that eliminates any chance for new young creative chefs ( read food beyond burgers)to show there skills. PLEASEEEEEE do not tell me we have "RESTAURANT ROW". They all practice the same business model that being to serve scantly acceptable food to pay the bills(yes the bar has sunk that low as far local educated palates are concerned)and literally force customers to order booze which is how the owner make his money.Christ the Ridgewood /Glendale area is making greater strides