Pictures of Pepsi-Cola Sign

Pepsi-Cola Sign in Queens West

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Seven apartment towers will replace Pepsi-Cola's old bottling plant on the East River in Hunters Point, Queens. But the famous sign, visible from Manhattan, will be saved. September 2003.

Pepsi-Cola Sign in Queens West

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The Rockrose Development Corporation has acquired the land along the East River in Hunters Point, Queens, where Pepsi-Cola was once bottled, which is still heralded by a 120-foot-long ruby-red sign. Rockrose plans to build 3,200 apartments in seven crisply colorful towers on the 21-acre property. March 2002.

Pepsi-Cola Sign in Queens West

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Pepsi moved its bottling operations out of Hunters Point in 1999. But it maintains the sign on its own 60-by-200-foot plot, roughly where the sign now stands. The sign is to be dismantled and moved 300 feet south. In 2005, it would be re-erected in its permanent setting. February 2004.

 

 

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