Prices increased from $2,450 to $2,625 from December to January, the firm MNS said.
Apartments feature hardwood floors, stainless steel kitchens and matte porcelain bathrooms.
The Committee Against Anti-Asian Violence will move nearby, taking its large mural with it.
Mandate of Heaven, which sells clothing made from vintage fabric, opened last week at 17 Essex St.
Knit-A-Way of Brooklyn will have to leave the neighborhood by the end of January, according to its owner.
Median rents on the UES have gone down to $2,200, the fourth drop in five months, reports show.
The AIDS organization pays $389,000 per month for its Chelsea office, documents show.
A Lower East Side landlord offered a lower rent increase to save Army & Navy Bags.
Maram Pharmacy & Surgicals has been owned by the Kranjac family since 1982.
Army & Navy Bags at 177 E. Houston St. is in danger of closing because of a rent hike, the manager said.
The black sheep of the Durst real estate clan has bought properties in Williamsburg and Cobble Hill.
Mario Lalicata is accused of collecting $17,000 in security and rent deposits from would-be tenants.
The Cobble Hill children's center will soon leave their Smith Street studio.
David Lieberman's landlord wants him to pay $2,100, court papers say.
The cafe was forced to close Wednesday after its landlord doubled the rent, Paradise's owner said.
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