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A Dyker Heights dry cleaning business is up for sale. The asking price is a negotiable $250,000.
According to the listing, the business has been there for 50 years.
It’s located in a busy strip mini mall on 86th Street. The name and exact address were not published, but there might be a Dyker Heights reader that knows exactly where this place is.
Yes Cleaners at 482 Kings Highway has laundered its last shirt. Unfortunately, the neighborhood dry cleaner has closed.
Readers, who do you recommend for the dry cleaning around this neck of the woods?
Asakusa closes its gates for good
Luckily, there are a few other Japanese-themed eateries around the neighborhood, but it’s always a shame to see a business go. Unfortunately, Asakusa at 1948 86th Street is no more.
Readers, have you eaten at Asakusa and are you sad to see it go?
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