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Shannon Pot to face wrecking ball, new dentist office opens

Shannon Pot

Sept. 4, 2013 By Christian Murray

The Shannon Pot, a well known Irish bar that has been part of the Court Square neighborhood for years, is going to be demolished, according to the pub’s manager.

The bar/restaurant, located at 45-06 Davis Street, has been operating without a lease for years, the manager said.  Therefore, it was only a matter of time that the pub would be demolished, he said.

News that the pub was being demolished was first reported this morning in Lost City, a Queens blog. The article, based on a tip from a Lost City reader, said that the pub would be razed in the next few months to make way for a new condo development.

The manager, however, said that he was not aware of such a timeline and was not sure when the pub would be closing.

In other Court Square business news, a new dentistry opened Sept. 3 at 24-24 Jackson Avenue.  The office, called Court Square Dentistry, was established by Ian Mapes DDS. Information on the dentistry can be found at http://www.courtsquaredentistry.com

Mapes also has an office in Brooklyn, which he opened in 2011, called Williamsburg Smile Design.

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marie

there is no such thing as a manager at shanon pot you have two owners … they are in court fighting the landlord alike all tenants of the G&M realty tenants residents and commercial .
as of now they are not going anywhere and will be open for new Years celebration .. fact ..

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Anon

The area has been people friendly for as long as I’ve lived there. (longer than any of you)
What’s not “people-friendly” is turning everything into a condo.

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marie

how is this news ?, if 5 Pointz goes then shannon pot goes, space womb goes, the entire city block goes … it s all owned by the same developper

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