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Chase branch @ Steiner Studios

As one drives or walks down Flushing Avenue adjacent to the Brooklyn Navy Yard, it is truly like stepping back into time - from the bumpy, torn-up streets to the old signs advertising Navy Yard uniforms. But adjacent to the Steiner Studios entrance, you see a fresh new Chase branch, replete with new identity.

How does a branch decide where they want to open up? How did Chase beat Citibank, Washington Mutual, Bank of America and North Fork to the punch? What's stopping the others from opening up also? Apparently enough movie stars go to Steiner to work on sets that they need a Chase branch, huh?


At January 03, 2007 11:06 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think you are mistaken on this one, its been there for years, its just new shiny signs they got.

At January 04, 2007 11:17 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

11:06 PM is correct. That Chase has been there since at least the mid-90's.

At January 04, 2007 11:51 AM, Blogger ltjbukem said...

i stand corrected

At January 06, 2007 2:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

All you guys are a bunch of idiots and need to get a life...this Chase has been there FOREVER! Why do I even waste my time looking at your crappy bloggs?

At January 06, 2007 5:33 PM, Blogger ltjbukem said...

cuz you're a loser like the rest of us..


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