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C.J. Sullivan's, located at 41st Avenue and 213th Street.

A popular Bayside spot will see new ownership, renovations and a new name over the course of the next couple of months.

According to Mark Boccia, who is also part-owner of Bell Boulevard’s Bourbon Street, he and his business partners will take over the space that is currently home to C.J. Sullivan’s American Grill, or “Sullivan’s,” next month. Sullivan’s will continue its operations until then.

Located just off Bell Boulevard and next to the LIRR Bayside train station at 213-10 41st Ave., the site will be closed briefly for renovations, Boccia said. And, in a nod to the past, the new spot will be called “One Station Plaza” — what the Bayside gathering place was named years prior.

While much about the new bar and restaurant is still in the early planning stages, Boccia said, he and his partners are looking to create “a nice, comfortable atmosphere that suits the young and the old.”

One Station Plaza will offer lunch, brunch, dinner and space for parties. Boccia also said that Bayside residents can took forward to seeing some throwback photos of the neighborhood posted at the location.

After renovations are complete, One Station Plaza will host a grand opening sometime over the summer, the part-owner said.

Be sure to check QNS for more details in the coming months.

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