Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks has been on West 10th Street for 15 years but will close in January.
The owner of 256 W. 125th St. is looking for someone to take on a 99-year-lease on the site.
Permanent Records' owner plans to reopen elsewhere in Brooklyn.
Sure We Can, which helps the "canners" who pick up cans and bottles for money, may need to move.
The city has delayed signing a lease on the project due to infighting among developers, sources say.
The online marketplace plans to create 340 new jobs by the year 2019.
Whole Foods will open a two-level market in 1095 Sixth Ave., according to a spokesman and reports.
The Times Plaza and Pratt Station Post Offices have to find new space after their leases ended.
Suzi Gerber's Bed-Stuy costume shop was denied a lease in Bushwick for being "too sexual," she said.
The popular wine bar and market is set to leave its home at the end of September.
The post office at 542 Atlantic Ave. is under lease negotiations, according to the USPS.
The restaurant on Broadway and West 77th Street said it couldn't keep up with the rising rent.
The owner of Klawtex said she was denied a lease in the Loom collective for selling suggestive items.
J.Crew signed a 10-year net lease for the building at 151 Court St., according to reports.
Arianna Huffington is being sued for allegedly wrecking the Chelsea apartment she leased.
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