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Gothic Cabinet closes its 37th Avenue store


Jan. 4, 2016 Staff Report

Gothic Cabinet, which specializes in moderately-priced furniture, closed down its Jackson Heights location at the end of December.

The company, which operates about 20 stores across New York, closed down its 82-18 37th Avenue operation after its lease came to an end and it was unable to renew it, according to sources.

Gothic Cabinet is a New York-based company founded in 1969 in a basement workshop at 13th Street and Third Avenue. The company continues to make most of its furniture in the New York, with its factory being located in Maspeth.

It continues to have several Queens stores. They are located in Astoria, Maspeth, Jamaica, Ozone Park and Bayside/Flushing.

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