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Forest Hills »

Decades-old Chocolate Store in Forest Hills For Sale

Aigner Chocolates, which originally opened in 1930, specialized in homemade sweets.

East Village »

Trash and Vaudeville Leaving St. Marks Place after 40 Years

The punk rock clothier will move to Seventh Street, it told EV Grieve.

Washington Heights »

Washington Heights' First Hotel Set to Open Next Month

The owner of Hotel Cliff on West 181st Street hopes to open in early August.

Jackson Heights »

Jackson Heights Food Court Mysteriously Closes Doors

The food court at Diversity Plaza closed last week, customers said.

Belle Harbor »

Mobile Boutique Opening First Brick-and-Mortar Shop in Belle Harbor

End of the A will keep the truck but sell more items in a larger store on Beach 129th Street.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Family-Owned Empanada Shop to Open This Fall in Prospect-Lefferts

The owner of 'Empanada City' plans to use family recipes from the Caribbean at new Lincoln Road shop.

Upper East Side »

Gluten- and Dairy-Free Bakery to Open Second Outpost on the UES

All of By The Way's goods including its cookies and layered cakes are made without dairy and gluten.

Woodside »

Upscale Boutique Sets Out To Change Experience for South Asian Brides

Sitara offers a large selection and on-site tailors for South Asian brides and grooms.

Upper East Side »

El Paso Taqueria Shuttered by Health Department for Fly Infestation

The restaurant flunked its inspection on Wednesday because of a fly infestation, records show.

Meatpacking District »

Family Brings Special Italian Bread From Fellini's Hometown to Eighth Ave

A new restaurant on Eighth Avenue will serve authentic piadina imported from Italy, the owner said.

Bed-Stuy »

Landlords Who Harass Commercial Tenants Would Be Penalized Under New Bill

Business tenants facing harassment could be awarded a month's rent or $1,000, along with other fees.

Jackson Heights »

DOT to Replace City's Oldest Muni Meters by End of July

The new meters are more technologically advanced, an official said.

West Village »

Neighbors Oppose Planned Luxury Condos At Koppers Chocolate Building

Some are against the building entirely, and the community board is pushing for affordable condos.

Park Slope »

Lighted Sign Seeks to Lure Barclays Center Visitors to Park Slope's 5th Ave

The Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID installed the arched sign to make Fifth Avenue look more inviting.

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