Southern Brooklyn

True Perfection Kitchen Designs Closing For Good

Photo by Arthur Borko

True Perfection Kitchen & Bath Designs, at 3102 Avenue U, is closing for good after opening just 14 months ago.

The score is not very good for the so-called “Ave U Plaza,” which actually faces Gerritsen Avenue, since it has had several businesses come and go in the two years or so since it was built. There was Rosco’s Doggy Day Care, It’s All About Me Now, and probably some others that I forgot, since nothing truly memorable has opened there. Is it the location? The lack of parking? Or simply uninteresting businesses?

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  1. the owner didn’t do his homework…

    If your going to open up a store like that atleast do some promoting… he just opened it up and expected people to come in, i got a price quote from them for something that was Bizarre!  $400 More then Everyone for the same part, Soo guess there was a reason.

  2. It’s uninteresting businesses.  We need something different. Panera Bread (hah! fat chance)?  How about even a 5 guys (maybe)?  Let’s think outside the box people.

  3. i had a store there and had to close. the roof needs to be replaced, the plumbing is horrible and u can smell exhaust from the mechanic in the rear daily. not to mention horrible electric problems.

  4. Just always seemed like a bad location. No parking around there, except at Key, and I wouldn’t do that to go to another store.

  5. Why is it that generic national chains is everyone’s idea of “thinking outside the box” and “interesting businesses.” I’d rather see something original open up and turn into the NEXT 5 Guys or Panera.

  6. LOL LOL Panera Bread sounds great anywhere & anytime.  The bay does not even have a star bucks lol. 

  7. Within 2 blocks of Sheepshead Bay Station there are 6 places to get good coffee, 3 of them genuine cafes. Why does Sheepshead Bay need a Starbucks? 

  8. I was just saying I am a Dunkin kid. Sometimes people ask does this neighborhood
    have starbucks? I just look  at them lol 

  9. We need a damn book store. Where is the closest decent book store? I’ll tell you, I think it’s Coney Island Avenue and Avenue P, that great used book store.


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