The name of one gas station in New York City is still a mystery.
According to a story published by the New York Post, the station is opening up in the Bronx again, this time with a more stylish, vintage look.
The Post reported that the gas station’s new name is “The Gas Station,” and the sign on the front reads, “Gas Station, Now A New York.”
The new look will be more “urban and vintage.”
But the old name is still on the sign.
“The old name remains on the gas pumps,” said a rep for the New Yorker Gas Company.
The New York Gas Company did not immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for comment.
The name “Gas Stations” will not be on the pumps at the Bronx Gas and Electric Station, according to a post on the company’s Facebook page.
The Gas Stations, the post says, will be open “every Saturday, Tuesday, and Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.”
Gas stations are also opening up across the country.
The company in New Jersey said on its Facebook page that it will be adding more locations to the list.
A new gas station on the other hand is located in Texas.
The Lone Star Gas and Power Station in Tyler, Texas, will not open this weekend.
“Due to the busy schedule of the state, we are unable to make this opening available until the weekend,” the post reads.
A spokesperson for the company told Business Insider that they will have “no further comment.”