New York’s Brooklyn Metal grocery store was built in 1926, but it’s now closed for good.
The store was originally named Brooklyn Grocery Store, but the name was changed in 2000 to Brooklyn Metal Grocery.
Now it’s just called Brooklyn Metal.
The Brooklyn Metal store was the first metal grocery store in New York City and opened in 1926.
It was a massive undertaking.
It took nearly four years to build the store, which was just two stories high.
It’s now been demolished and replaced with a brick warehouse.
The new warehouse has a new sign that reads Brooklyn Metal Market.
The store’s former customers are still trying to get their names on the shelves.
I got a call from my grandmother who had gone to the store once a month for years, said Maria D’Antoni, who owns Brooklyn Metal with her husband.
The last one was in October.
D’Angelo said she plans to visit the store in the coming weeks.
She said she’s hoping for the store to reopen.
She said her family was in the store every Friday night.
The grocery store had a very special place in her heart, D’Arti said.
She went to the first store, she said, when she was just 4 years old.
She remembered going to the counter and seeing her mother take out the old bag of clothes she bought when she moved to Brooklyn.
She just loved it there, D, Angelo said.
I don’t know why she thought she could do anything with it, but she did.