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Law Firm Signs City's First 'Green Lease' for 7 World Trade Center

7 World Trade Center is now 90 percent leased, developer Larry Silverstein said.

Downtown »

Anne Frank Museum Expected to Neighbor Park 51 Mosque, Says Report

Anne Frank Center USA is reportedly moving to a larger space at 100 Church Street.

Downtown »

City Forced to Rent Pricey Ground Zero Office Space

The city will be required to lease 582,000 square feet of space at the World Trade Center site's new Tower 4.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

J. Crew's Madewell Chain Comes to Flatiron District, Report Says

Madewell, a hipster-themed J. Crew spinoff, will reportedly open its second Manhattan location in the Flatiron District.

East Village & Lower East Side »

5 Napkin Burger Poised for Late-Summer Opening in East Village

The popular chain 5 Napkin Burger inked a lease for a space at the corner of East 14th Street and Third Avenue.

Midtown & Theater District »

Hickey's Bar Owner Dies After Closing Namesake Midtown Saloon

Jim Hickey, 75, collapsed the day he was forced to give up the keys to the bar he had run since 1967, regulars said.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Max Fish Gets Yearlong Reprieve from Closure

The 21-year-old Ludlow Street bar got a yearlong reprieve from closing in the face of rising rents.

Manhattan »

7-Eleven Could Open 100 Manhattan Stores by 2015

7-Eleven hopes to open a staggering 100 stores in Manhattan over the next five years.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Upper East Side Matchmaker Gets Stuck in Elevator, Threatens to Sue Apt. Building

Matchmaker Janis Spindel says she lost out on a lucrative client because she got stuck in her building's elevator.

Downtown »

Conde Nast in 'Active Negotiations' to Move to One World Trade Center

Conde Nast's tentative deal marks the first major private lease in the 1,776-foot World Trade Center tower.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Ray's Candy Store Strikes Deal to Keep East Village Store Open for Next Three Years

The beloved Avenue A meeting place recently came to terms on a new rent agreement for the 35-year-old store.

Downtown »

New York Daily News To Relocate From Far West Side to Financial District

Publisher Mort Zuckerman is moving the Daily News to 4 New York Plaza, at Water and Broad streets next summer.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Beloved Carrot Top Bakery May Move to New Jersey After Lease Negotiations Breaks Down

After 25 years in Washington Heights, Carrot Top Pastries may relocate because of difficult lease negotiations.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Fairway Market Requests Extended Loading Hours Before Moving to Upper East Side

Owners of Fairway Market are waiting on an extension on loading zone hours before signing an Upper East Side lease.

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