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3/19/2008

Fort Greene mainstay bows to economic reality

Gardel's Garden, a trusted business owner who has serviced Fort Greene for about 20 years, is closing his business. A friendly rastafarian, Gardel sold us many a bag of dirt to plant flowers at the townhouse we rented for a few years around the corner.

Sadly, though, via this Brooklynian thread, it seems he has sold his lot to a developer who plans on building a 5-family residence.

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3 Comments:

At March 19, 2008 8:43 PM, Blogger Mike said...

While I'll certainly miss this garden store (where I've bought many plants), increasing density is a good thing for our community.

 
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i never thought his prices to be high...

 
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