Hoboken business, in town for 24 years, announces it's closing for good because of Hurricane Sandy
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HOBOKEN -- Some businesses in Hoboken reopened quickly after Hurricane Sandy, and others sustained major damage and are taking time to clean up. But Anastasia's accessories, a longtime store in Hoboken, announced today that they will soon close for good. They will reopen for a few weeks just to sell the remaining merchandise at a discout.

"We are sad to announce that Anastasia's Accessories sustained significant damage from Hurricane Sandy," stated an email. "While we managed to save most of our merchandise, our losses were great. Our front door, some inventory, our counter, cabinets, flooring, supplies, furniture, and fixtures were all destroyed or damaged.

Having only rebuilt a year ago from flooding as a result of Hurricane Irene, this time we have decided not to rebuild."

The store is opening for a few weeks to sell its final inventory at 30 percent off.

The business is located at 88 Garden St.

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