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Editorial: ‘Nassau in Glendale?’

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The developers of a high-end retail mecca in Glendale believe their shopping center could be the thing that stops Queens shoppers from heading west to Nassau County. It will cost $100 million to build the elegant shopping center on the site of the Atlas terminals industrial complex.

The center will provide space for 75 stores in a 2.3-acre park.

City Councilman Dennis Gallagher (R-Middle Village) applauded the developer. “We don’t want anymore 99-cent shops,” he said.

Oh, yeah?

We applaud almost any plan that will create jobs and encourage people to spend their money in Queens. At a time when dreams are shrinking all around us, it’s nice to see someone is thinking big.

Updated 7:25 pm, October 10, 2011
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