NEW YORK — A Fairway Market location that was heavily damaged by flooding during Hurricane Sandy will reopen “better than ever and more customer friendly,” according to Andy Zuleta, general manager of the store. The store in Brooklyn’s Red Hook neighborhood along the New York Harbor waterfront took on more than four feet of water during the peak of the storm late last month. Nearly all of the equipment, fixtures and merchandise were destroyed in the store, which ...

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