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Chelsea »

Decades-Old Ninth Avenue Barbershop Finds New Home Nearby After Eviction

New Barber Shop, long a fixture in Chelsea, recently moved to a spot on West 18th Street.

Crown Heights »

For Businesses in Central Brooklyn, a Silver Lining in Sandy's Dark Cloud

Spared the brunt of the storm, local businesses in central Brooklyn saw success after the hurricane.

Harlem »

Harlem Takes Branding Cues From Meatpacking District at Business Event

Neighborhood boosters said they want to help businesses but maintain the integrity of the Uptown hub.

Williamsburg »

Mandarin Classes Offered for Brooklyn Toddlers

Fall Mandarin classes are offered in Williamsburg for kids as young as 18 months old.

Flushing »

U.S. Open Foot Traffic Not Reaching Queens Small Businesses, Locals Say

Businesses in Flushing and Corona are not benefiting from fans visiting the U.S. Open, locals said.

Clinton Hill »

Pratt Students a Boon to Business in Clinton Hill as School Starts

Pratt students kick off a new school year with local shopping.

Williamsburg »

Cops Crack Down on Bedford Avenue Vendors

Cops issued several summonses this weekend to vendors, officers said.

Upper West Side »

Dog Concierge Service Coming to Dozens of City Buildings

Doggie daycare The Spot Experience will partner with luxury apartments to offer dog concierge services.

Crown Heights »

Domestic Violence Survivors Overcome Past Violence to Succeed in Business

Brooklyn women start their own businesses with a special grant for survivors of domestic violence. 

South Bronx »

Fresh Direct to Build New 500,000-Sq.-Ft. Headquarters in the South Bronx

Online grocer Fresh Direct was enticed to the Bronx by a $100 million-plus deal from the city and state.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Karl Lagerfeld and 'Top Chef' Contestant Open Downtown Pop-Ups

Karl Lagerfeld and a "Top Chef" contestant have new pop-ups in the Village and NoLita.

Manhattan »

Push for Proposed Sick Leave Bill Renewed Despite Quinn's Concerns

Advocates have renewed their push to mandate paid sick leave for businesses with five or more employees.

Midtown & Theater District »

Midtown Bars Look to Rebound With Return of Knicks Basketball

Midtown bars are thrilled for the start of the NBA season, but many won't be open to welcome the Knicks.

Midtown & Theater District »

Le Parker Meridien Hotel Guests Rattled by Neighboring Construction

Construction has been rattling Le Parker Meridien Hotel, causing complaints about noise and vibrations.

Downtown »

Wall Street Barricades Return Hours After Being Removed

The police barricades meant to deter Occupy Wall Street protesters and that led the struggling Milk Street Cafe to fire 21 staff members were back up again Wednesday night.