Indoor-Outdoor Flooring Supplies Moves From Delancey

Posted on: July 27th, 2011 at 6:28 am by

Indoor-Outdoor Flooring Supplies wasn’t long for the Lower East Side. Just another victim of the crowding out of traditional neighborhood business. Last week, for the second time in as many years, the commercial supplier moved its showroom elsewhere. Only this time, they’re no longer positioned on the isle of Manhattan. A sign in the window of 55 Delancey informs customers of the new locations in Brooklyn and Great Neck, Strong Island.

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The flooring supply company moved from 61 Delancey back in November 2009, and relocated a mere three doors down to the onetime Lichtenstein space at the corner of Eldridge Street. A year would elapse before anything of substance actually transpired here.  But by December 2010, Berkli Parc entered the equation, and began serving typical cafe fare to those denizens dwelling west of Allen.

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As for the fresh availability at 55 Delancey, we’ll keep you posted.

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