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CVS errs on opening date, says Hunters Point pharmacy will open early October

CVS at 1-50 50th Ave in Aug. 2017

Sept. 22, 2017 by Nathaly Pesantez

The Hunters Point CVS pharmacy that was expected to open by the end of August is slated to open early October, according to a spokesperson who said the company made a mistake when it notified the media in August that it was about to open.

The spokesperson for the drugstore, which is opening at 1-50 50th Avenue, said that an error was made when they were referring to a list that showed details about the pharmacy. “When looking at the list, I was looking at the wrong date,” the spokesperson said.

The pharmacy at the ground floor of the Hunters Point South Commons tower is over 11,000 square-feet. It joins several nearby drugstores in the area, including Nature’s Prescriptions, Vernon Boulevard Pharmacy, and Duane Reade.

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Gary Brown

The opening was originally announced as 8/13 then when that didn’t happen 8/20. This belies the simple listing error excuse given by a CVS “Spokesperson”. A worker at the store told me that the opening date got pushed back because the store couldn’t get a CO from the city due to a pharmacy related issue. Why the “spokesperson” just can’t say that is unknown but I guess it’s just too much for CVS to give a straight story.

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