Ikea Invades Brooklyn!

Ikea Invades Brooklyn!
Joel Horowitz
  • 20 may 2008

NYC flat-out rejected the world’s largest retailer Wal-Mart from opening up a big-box-style store a few years ago. So, when Ikea was approved to pave its own way into the neighborhood of Red Hook in Brooklyn, heads turned and lots of questions were asked. Would they be nice to an already established neighborhood? Would they hire locally? Would traffic to the store turn the area into a round-the-clock rush-hour?

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