New stores coming to Bay Terrace

In a move sure to please shoppers and neighbors around the Bay Terrace shopping center, the developer Cord Meyer, Inc. has released renderings of two new buildings slated to open in late-spring 2008 at the destination shopping, dining and entertainment complex.
Cord Meyer has been a driving force in the growth of Queens since the Meyer brothers began as real estate partners in the 1890s.
The 27,000- and 14,000-square-foot structures are situated on either side of the entrance to the Loews movie complex, next to the multi-level parking structure that is utilized primarily by movie theater patrons.
The company also announced that Beyond Juice is moving into the old Baskin Robbins location, Game Stop has taken over the former Motherhood Maternity site and a tanning salon has just leased the premises formerly occupied by Four Seasons.

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