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Cobble Hill »

Cobble Hill Business Owners Band Together in Face of Rising Rents

The Court & Smith Street BID would aim to drive foot traffic to local shops and restaurants.

Bed-Stuy »

Town Hall Addresses Bed-Stuy Small Business Issues

Bed-Stuy business leaders and city officials discussed issues facing small business in central Brooklyn.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy New Hot Spot for City's Top Bars Looking to Expand

A string of new Bed-Stuy bars and restaurants has opened in the last year by established business owners.

Bed-Stuy »

Cornegy Tapped to Lead City Council's Small Business Committee

Robert Cornegy was picked to head the council's small business committee and joins five other committees.

Central Harlem »

Twitter Founder Jack Dorsey Brings Small Business Talk to Harlem

The goal of the series is to bring small businesses together to create a climate of collaboration.

Jamaica Estates »

Founder of Marinos Italian Ices Dies at 97

Marinos Vourderis came to New York from Greece with no education and built a summertime treat empire.

Red Hook »

Tax Breaks Coming for Sandy-Damaged Homes and Businesses

Thousands of properties had their market values reduced and taxes lowered, officials announced Tuesday.

Cobble Hill »

Furniture Making Workshop Teaches Business and Design in Cobble Hill

RAD Furniture is conducting workshops for high school students at the Beam Center on Bergen Street.

Gowanus »

Gritty Gowanus Embraces Softer Side with First Bridal Boutique

The designer behind Schone Bridal is opening a bridal boutique and production facility on Third Avenue.

Upper East Side »

UES Small Business Owners Face Array of Challenges, Local Leaders Say

The entrepreneurs have to deal with street vendors, poor Internet service and construction, leaders said.

Lenox Hill »

Upper East Side Community Board to Give Small Businesses a Boost

A new CB8 group aims to help entrepreneurs navigate red tape.

Carnegie Hill »

London Candy Company Sours on Carnegie Hill and Moves to Bleecker Street

The London Candy Company has closed and is moving to Bleecker Street, according to the store owner.

Washington Heights »

Uptown Councilman Aims to Keep Rents Low for Small Businesses

Ydanis Rodriguez announced a bill that tackles the high commercial rents in WaHi and Inwood.

Midtown »

Midtown's Small Businesses Brace for Paid-Sick Leave Fallout

Companies just over the 15-worker threshold prepare for rising costs.

Fort Greene »

Commercial Rents on Myrtle Ave. Remain High Despite Vacancies

There are no fewer than 10 storefronts for rent on Myrtle between Classon Avenue and Fort Greene Park.

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