The neighborhood is the latest in the city where businesses have posted the controversial signs.
Bed-Stuy Fresh and Local will take control of the food-buying club Bed-Stuy Bounty this summer.
The supermarket at 197 Smith St. is expected to close near the end of next month.
A new 7-Eleven, an Australian-style cafe and a doughnut-selling deli are among new openings.
Bed-Stuy Fresh and Local will host a tasting party to celebrate the shop's completion on Monday.
A suspect was seen leaving the scene in a Dodge Charger, police said.
The shop, located at 303 Court St., will be closed after Wednesday, July 31.
The shop, slated for 922 Madison Ave., will replace a defunct jewlery store.
Bed-Stuy Fresh and Local is the brainchild of Bed-Stuy residents Dylan Ricards and Sheila Akbar.
Cops say the attack took place shortly before midnight on June 17, 2013.
The Puerto Rican hub hosted barbecues, movie nights and parties until its closure last week.
Here's DNAinfo's guide on where to get food and other supplies during Hurricane Sandy.
The UES store will open in 2014 and the Harlem store will open in 2015, officials said.
The discount grocer's makeover is only 30 percent complete, owner Anthony Diaz said.
The bargain grocer has revamped its Williamsburg store, drawing a crowd.
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