Gem Super Value Store

GEM Super Value Store on Delancey Street Hits Market for $25K per Month

Posted March 26, 2019 at 5:00 am

The GEM Super Value Store might not be long for the Lower East Side. Real estate listings are currently circulating online, pitching the 3,000 square-foot space as “brand new” and “perfect for all general retail uses.” Which is to say, the dollar store is henceforth operating on borrowed time. The space won’t come cheap, either, […]

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GEM Super Value Store Opens on Delancey

Posted June 20, 2013 at 6:15 am

The GEM Super Value Store just announced its inauguration on Delancey Street in a big way. Literally. The new outpost of the discount shop unfurled a ginormous banner on the brick facade of the onetime Loew’s Theater. Not to mention the eye-grabbing awning and “grand opening” flags. We like this storefront – very old school […]

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GEM Super Value Store Returning to Delancey

Posted June 5, 2013 at 6:10 am

When Children’s Place vacated the Loews Delancey building at the corner of Suffolk Street two years ago, the rather large commercial footprint was carved into two separate spaces.

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126-128 Delancey Undergoing Makeover

Posted October 8, 2009 at 6:19 am

It appears the low-rise base of Blue is currently undergoing a makeover.  Commonly referred to as 126-128 Delancey (or 101 Norfolk), the corner spot has been idle for quite some time; its scaffolding now is an all-too-familiar part of the daily sidewalk experience.  A waiting game ensued.  Not too long ago, however, the former Gem […]