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Delancey Wine Unveils its New Liquor Store on Essex Street

Posted May 17, 2017 at 5:10 am

Delancey Wine debuted its new location on Essex Street this past Sunday, as reported. It’s a few doors down at number 35, or “10 seconds” from the original, as the sign on the gate notes. Build-out here was pretty quick. Turnaround was about a month. The updated marquee is also in place, foregoing the typical […]

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‘Delancey Wine’ Grows Exponentially with Move Down the Block

Posted May 9, 2017 at 5:19 am

In one swift move, Delancey Wine is no longer a stuffy cubbyhole store. The nine-year-old mom-and-pop, located on the outskirts of Seward Park, will open its much larger headquarters next Sunday (May 13). As previously reported, ownership signed a lease down the block at 35 Essex Street. Cause for the change in scenery was a purported […]

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Nine Years on, ‘Delancey Wine’ will Move Down the Block

Posted April 14, 2017 at 5:00 am

Delancey Wine, the nine-year-old liquor store abutting Seward Park, is upgrading. The business will soon move three doors down, leaving behind a cramped retail nook. Location of choice is one-half of the former Grand Tile Corp. warehouse, which was subdivided after the business relocated to Brooklyn at the end of last year. The State Liquor […]

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Essex Street Tiling Warehouse Relocating to Brooklyn After 34 Years on the LES

Posted December 6, 2016 at 5:06 am

Grand Tile Corp., a Lower East Side flooring warehouse that’s been located in and around lower Essex Street for decades, is packing it up. Heading out to Brooklyn with the rest of ’em. The handwritten poster in the front window announces the news. By the end of this month, the new headquarters will be located […]

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