The Brass Owl will open in September at 36-19 Ditmars Blvd. selling shoes, jewelry and accessories.
A thief quickly grabbed the pendant from the 18-year-old's neck, according to video released by police.
A group of four teens robbed four people uptown, including two men in their 60s, police said.
The suspect broke into a home on 108th Street between 67th Drive and 67th Road, police said.
Elma Blint is selling her custom-made jewelry at 739 Fulton St. in Fort Greene.
The Philadelphia-based jeweler is opening its first New York City store at 72nd Street.
About $1,400 in cash and jewelry were stolen from a Warren Street home last week, police said.
The woman's $13,400 Rolex, $1,350 bracelet and $610 in cash were swiped as she slept, police said.
Twenty-six pieces of jewelry were stolen from inside the 8 Spruce St. building.
Adornia jewelry, which opened last month, offers cutting-edge pieces made with high-quality materials.
A $2,000 diamond engagement ring was among the valuables stolen Feb. 4, police said.
Roux-Roux, located at 243 Smith St., will host their first art exhibition this month.
The Marketplace at St. Anthony's opens on March 7, with new managers and a host of new vendors.
Four small companies based in North Brooklyn aim to bring ethics into menswear design.
Kelvin Pacheco designs and sells pieces around Queens, and hopes to hit it big.
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