LI Weekly: Retail Row
Breslin Realty has been busy of late, first with their heritage property, Franklin Plaza in Franklin Square and The Mews in Levittown. Franklin Plaza was the first shopping strip for Breslin almost 50 years ago and was considered groundbreaking because it was built on a north/south artery. At the time, other centers were primarily built on East/west arteries. Original anchor King Kullen closed in July and was replaced by Holiday Farms. The latter recently had its grand opening and will provide produce, meats, deli and more to local shoppers. This marks Holiday Farms’ seventh location in the area.
Over at The Mews in Levittown, the vacant Mandees store will be replaced by Advance Auto Parts. This continues the local expansion by Advance Auto Parts and gives Breslin anothern national retailer in its center.