The Philadelphia-based jeweler is opening its first New York City store at 72nd Street.
Peter Millar will open its first New York City store in the fall of 2014.
Some areas of the neighborhood saw a 40 percent increase in the average asking rent last year.
The Upper West Side location of the toy store is being marketed by Douglas Elliman.
Shop owners along Lefferts Boulevard say high rents drive businesses out.
Despite much development on 145th Street, retail and restaurants lag.
By the Way Bakery is making its Manhattan debut with award-winning gluten-free baked goods.
The park may soon be able to sell its air rights to nearby development sites.
A nine-building portfolio entered the market near West 135th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard.
Tribeca Pediatrics is opening at West 114th Street, replacing a 99 cents store.
Yoga, coffee and paper shops open, Brother Jimmy's closes and more French stores hit Madison Ave.
A vacant BP garage got the thumbs up from SoHo merchants for its plan to double as a pop-up space.
A rent hike will displace the puppy purveyor Groom-o-Rama after 14 years on Sixth Avenue.
Red Rooster Harlem's Marcus Samuelsson may have expressed interest in the Lenox Lounge space.
H&H Bagels' landlord was surprised by news that the 80th St. store was on its way out. Now locals fear a chain store will move in.
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