NEW YORK — Fairway Market’s store in Brooklyn that was damaged by Hurricane Sandy will reopen on March 1, the company said a statement on its website. The 52,000-square-foot store on New York Harbor in Red Hook suffered extensive damage as the result of flooding. “Our store in Red Hook is the cornerstone of that neighborhood,” Howard Glickberg, founder of the fast-growing, iconic New York chain, said in a video posted online (see below). “I am so proud of ...

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