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East Williamsburg »

Nonprofit for Homeless Can Collectors Faces Ouster

Sure We Can, which helps the "canners" who pick up cans and bottles for money, may need to move.

Kingsbridge Heights »

Kingsbridge Armory Project on Thin Ice Amid Feud Among its Developers

The city has delayed signing a lease on the project due to infighting among developers, sources say.

DUMBO »

Etsy Inks Lease on 200,000-Square-Foot Space in Watchtower Buildings

The online marketplace plans to create 340 new jobs by the year 2019.

Midtown »

Whole Foods to Open Market at Bryant Park

Whole Foods will open a two-level market in 1095 Sixth Ave., according to a spokesman and reports.

Fort Greene »

USPS Hunting for Space for Two Ousted Brooklyn Post Offices

The Times Plaza and Pratt Station Post Offices have to find new space after their leases ended.

Bed-Stuy »

Costume Shop That Was Too Sexy for Bushwick Finds Home in Bed-Stuy

Suzi Gerber's Bed-Stuy costume shop was denied a lease in Bushwick for being "too sexual," she said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Kashkaval Wine Bar Being Forced from Ninth Ave. Home

The popular wine bar and market is set to leave its home at the end of September.

Boerum Hill »

Seven-Story Hotel May Take Over Boerum Hill Post Office Building: Reports

The post office at 542 Atlantic Ave. is under lease negotiations, according to the USPS.

Upper West Side »

Big Nick's Closes After 51 Years

The restaurant on Broadway and West 77th Street said it couldn't keep up with the rising rent.

Bushwick »

Costume Shop 'Too Sexual' for Hasidic Landlord Denied Lease, Owner Says

The owner of Klawtex said she was denied a lease in the Loom collective for selling suggestive items.

Cobble Hill »

Court Street Grocer Fights J.Crew Takeover in Cobble Hill

J.Crew signed a 10-year net lease for the building at 151 Court St., according to reports.

Chelsea »

HuffPo Founder Arianna Huffington Accused of Wrecking Chelsea Pad

Arianna Huffington is being sued for allegedly wrecking the Chelsea apartment she leased.

Times Square & Theater District »

Marriott Marquis' 'Sweetheart Deal' Could Cost Taxpayers $350M, Liu Says

Comptroller and mayoral candidate John Liu called on the city to renegotiate its lease with the hotel.

Williamsburg »

Landlords Offer Tenants Financial Incentives to Avoid Winter's Slow Market

Realtors said landlords citywide are offering deals including lower rents on 18-month leases.

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