Living Quarters to Celebrate Grand Opening in Lakewood Sunday

[ADVERTORIAL] Living Quarters of Boro Park will be celebrating their grand opening in Lakewood on Sunday, January 6th, with a mega bash. Living Quarters is located in the former Dina’s Dinettes, 399 Cedar Bridge Avenue.

The event tomorrow will offer complimentary gifts, live music, a magic show, a free raffle and more.

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  1. To #1
    Actually it would be better if all these “Boro Parky” stores would stay where they belong; in Boro Park. Lakewood was way better without them.

  2. Why do these NY businesses keep coming here? Dont they have enough biz there? Its tough for all lakewood store owners as it is!
    U dont see Lakewood stores running to brooklyn to set up shop. Its time for people to be considerate.

  3. Many so called Boro Park stores that open in Lakewood are actually being run by the owners’ children living here in Lakewood. They are Lakewooders just like you and have every right to have a parnassah. I don’t know about in this particular store, but I know of several other stores that are like that. They have a right to open their store, and you have a right not to shop there if you don’t want to.

  4. I hope everyone makes parnoso. As far as I’m concerned, I hardly shop anywhere except for necessities, so if there were many people like me here, most stores wouldn’t be able to stay open.

  5. to #3 lakewood resident…

    I’m surprized it came out of your mouth…

    Mashel: Let’s say you own a store but not making enof $ you’ll try to do somethign. All people need a parnasa. So don’t be negative.

    “Actually it would be better if all these “Boro Parky” stores would stay where they belong; in Boro Park. Lakewood was way better without them.”

    Actullay… The more stores there are the less the products are, ‘cus ther all wanto get the biz from you… actually its better for you…
    if your a biz man.

    ………….Everyone has a life and a parnasa.


  6. Parnasa was decided & inscribed on Rosh Hashana already. If more stores open or not it wont make a difference to you. Another person cant take away whats decreed for you from Hashem even a drop.

  7. They are taking over Dina’s Dinettes, it’s not like another furniture store is opening up in town. Relax. In any case, everyone has a right to make a Parnassah.

  8. Actually we are so delighted for Living Quarters coming to LAKEWOOD.
    We are all going to benefit from this. I just purchased a new home and it will definitely be a huge help.
    Anyways 80% of our shops are originally brooklyn stores or people from ny.

  9. Hatzlacha Rabba to the Shwartzblatt family. THeir low key excellent customer service witll be missed. Although I couldn’t always afford their furniture, I was always happy when I was able to purchase there. The furniture was beautiful, quality stuff and they were an absolute pleasure to deal with. I will miss them.

  10. To “me and me”

    It would be better because Lakewood doesn’t need to become a new Lexus and Bug-a-boo city. Leave it in Brooklyn and if you can’t live without it, well why don’t you just stay in Brooklyn?

  11. Okay… You didn’t say that….
    Be more specific…

    Besides; It’s whats (#9 anonymous said) All parnasso was inscribed by rosh hashana… if your case is about whats “in” ok….


  12. I think the issue is not with which stores are opening, rather with the lifestyle of people moving to Lakewood these days. The stores just come to serve what they see as a customer base.

    It used to be that people getting married and moving here would adopt a “kollel lifestyle”. They would sacrifice in order to sit and learn. That is no longer the case. Everyone wants the best today. The vast majority of young Lakewood couples drive the latest model cars, shop in these “Boro Park” type stores. They don’t want to give up any of the trappings of comfort and/or wealth they are used to. So why shouldn’t the stores come to serve them???

  13. Oh, the last thing I need is a Bugaboo. Trust me, there isn’t am iota of jealousy there. I have yet to figure out what gives it it’s price tag other than that people like you foolish enough to think someone could be jealous that they don’t have it. It’s people like you who inflate it’s value.

  14. I took my kids over today. they had great free entertainment and food. I was looking for the bugaboo, tht you were all talking about. they actually don’t sell bugaboos. they only sell furniture , very nice and affordable. They seemed like nice people.

  15. Took my family there today, and they had a GREAT time!!! Food, magic shows, gifts, and free entertainment. Real nice store and beautiful furniture! Very happy they opened up a branch in Lakewood! Spoke to one of the owners there and one of them actually live in “Lakewood”

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