Seward Park Liquors

Police Seek Suspect in Violent Holdup of Seward Park Liquors

Posted September 11, 2018 at 5:09 am

Open barely a month and the relocated Seward Park Liquors is held up. Police are searching for the suspect, who also struck a Greenwich Village shoe store. Sunday afternoon at around 12:45, the perp entered the Ludlow Street liquor store and began threatening the clerk – owner John DeBlasio’s son – with a wine bottle. […]

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Displaced Seward Park Liquors Reopens on Ludlow Street

Posted August 27, 2018 at 5:09 am

The lower third of Ludlow Street now has its first liquor store. And a familiar one, at that. Seward Park Liquors just returned to the fray, having reopened in its new space at 53 Ludlow Street. Doors are open, booze in the window, shelves stocked to the ceiling, and identical illuminated signage hangs above the […]

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After 43 Years on Grand Street, Seward Park Liquors is Moving to Ludlow

Posted January 2, 2018 at 5:03 am

In the coming weeks, Seward Park Liquors will leave its namesake territory. The Seward Park Co-op board ultimately voted against renewing their retail lease back in April after more than 43 years at the base of the residential complex. However, owner John DeBlasio is in the process of moving the business just a few blocks […]

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Owner of Seward Park Liquors Retracts Prior Statements About Landlord and Fate of Store

Posted March 14, 2017 at 5:12 am

The fate of Seward Park Liquors will be determined this week. The owner of Seward Park Liquors – headquartered at 393 Grand Street since 1973 – retracted prior comments suggesting that landlord Seward Park Co-op was “forcing him out” of business. The lease on the space is up. “After forty-three years of service without missing […]

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Seward Park Liquors on the Verge of Losing Lease After 43 Years in Business

Posted February 27, 2017 at 5:00 am

Seward Park Liquors, a mom-and-pop mainstay on Grand Street since 1973, might not last the week. Its owner shared an “urgent message” with Seward Park Co-op stakeholders Friday afternoon, informing residents that the lease at 393 Grand Street is threatened. Potentially on the way out. “After forty-three years of service without missing a rent check, the […]

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