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37th Avenue fabric store expands into new space

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Aug. 25, 2015 By Michael Florio

A 37th Avenue fabric store is about to get a whole lot bigger.

Amit Fabrics & Saree Palace, located at 75-04 37th Ave, is taking over the space next door that was previously occupied by the sandwich shop Subway(75-06 37th Ave), according to a store employee and several construction workers.

The expansion is expected to be completed in about three weeks, an employee said. The wall separating the two locations will be coming down shortly.

The shop sells velvet, silk, satin and other fabrics.

Amit’s owner was not available for comment.

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