Original Tenant: Safeway Address: 1933 Victory Blvd, Castleton Corners, Staten Island, NY Opened: 1950s Closed: early 1960s Later Tenants: Finast > Super X > Revco > CVS Photographed: March 2020 This building was built as a Safeway and later sold to Finast. JoshAustin610 has more details on the drugstore history of the building here . It's an early prototype of the Marina style , and a similar variation we can see in Atlantic Highlands, NJ . Today, the front wall, which would've been entirely glass, has been bricked over. Inside, the A-frame roof remains exposed, although there are is a drop ceiling at the angle. The approximately 14,000 square foot building makes for a very large CVS. We can see some of the windows still exposed on the front wall.