NEW YORK — Doors opened late last month at a new $23 million Stop & Shop supermarket anchoring a new mixed-use community built on long-vacant land in Rockaway Beach in the borough of Queens. The store is part of the Averne By The Sea development and was financed in part by $5.5 million in tax-exempt bonds made available though the federal stimulus program, Gerry Romski, a project manager for developer Benjamin-Beechwood, told SN. The store will make fresh produce and other products ...

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