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Bed-Stuy »

The storefront also served as the headquarters for the community group Brooklyn Hall of Game.

Cobble Hill »

Several months after winning a competitive bid, Fortis closed the $240 million deal.

Brooklyn Heights »

The New York Times reported the possible sale of the property along with six others on the block.

Upper East Side »

The restaurant flunked its inspection on Wednesday because of a fly infestation, records show.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The neighborhood's changes and gentrification pushed Bis.co.latte out, the owners say.

Cobble Hill »

The 212 Court St. building was sold for $5.5 million, according to a report.

Carroll Gardens »

The women's clothing and accessory shop will close at the end of the month. 

Boerum Hill »

The whiskey bar and restaurant has been in the neighborhood for seven years. 

Bed-Stuy »

The website allows visitors to upload pictures, videos and stories about local businesses.

Ditmas Park »

Nine Chains in Ditmas Park will close on March 1 after a year in business.

Chelsea »

Nazareth Nursery will shutter in August because the Sisters of St. Francis cannot afford to run it.

Carroll Gardens »

The quaint cafe at Henry and Sackett streets will close "Saturday for good," an employee said.

Greenpoint »

Permanent Records' owner plans to reopen elsewhere in Brooklyn.