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Upper West Side »

Residents voiced their opinions on the store's first Manhattan location. 

East Village »

The report, released Tuesday, recommends turning the neighborhood into a "special purpose district."

Clinton Hill »

Chipotle will open next to Starbucks at 394 Myrtle Ave.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Fast-food chains, coffee shops and mobile dealers are some of the city's largest national retailers.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Nearly 20 chain stores have recently opened or are set to open in the Downtown Brooklyn area.

Cobble Hill »

Investment companies signed at $18.5 million contract for the property at 205 Smith St.

Chelsea »

More than a dozen spots in Chelsea closed over the past year. Many have yet to be replaced.

Greenwich Village »

Local leaders said they welcome an upgrade to the seedy stretch around the West 4th Street subway stop.

Meatpacking District »

Retail rents could spike to as much as $600 per square foot once the new Whitney Museum opens. 

East Village »

A walking tour in the East Village this Saturday will highlight the area's one-of-a-kind stores.

New York City »

The growth of chain stores in New York accelerated in 2012, according to a new report.

Upper West Side »

The City Council approved new zoning regulations it hopes will stave off the demise of mom and pop shops.

Upper West Side »

Goodrich Pharmacy is forced out as insurance reimbursement drops and mega pharmacies open. 

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

H&H Bagels is closing after 39 years in business, ending a key part of many morning routines.