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We heard from one customer who went to N & H recently to pick up business suits he had left there, and that was the first he'd heard of the closing. He went to a couple other dry cleaners in the area to find out if they had N & H's leftover inventory, and they didn't know what he was talking about.
The phone number for N & H has been disconnected.
Anyone still in touch with the people at N & H, or know what happened to the clothes they had left in the store? There must be a lot of people in this same boat, and clothes aren't cheap to replace. Any help or leads would be appreciated.
Michael's is opening a mexican restaurant in the spot.ReplyDelete
I spoke to the owner before they closed (they did stay open with extra clothes for 2-3 weeks after they stopped taking clothes)ReplyDelete
They said that any leftover clothes were going to be sent to another dry cleaner in the area, but I didn't know which one.
I think they lost their lease, although I have no information to back that up. All I know is that, one year ago on this site, it was stated that the person who owned the bldg wanted to create a restaurant there, so I"m sure they were kicked out.
Moral of the story - don't leave your stuff at the dry cleaners for longer than a week.
Check with the guys across the street at GNS. I think they own the building.ReplyDelete
Pretty sure the cleaners was evicted so that a new restaurant can go in there.
The cleaners DID stay open on weekends for a few weeks after they stopped taking new orders...So most people did get their clothes.
They said that they would give it to another cleaner but I don't know which one.
Someone on UU's Facebook page said clothes were to be left at Princess Cleaners (Broadway and Gordon Terrace).ReplyDelete