Aigner Chocolates, which originally opened in 1930, specialized in homemade sweets.
The punk rock clothier will move to Seventh Street, it told EV Grieve.
The owner of Hotel Cliff on West 181st Street hopes to open in early August.
The food court at Diversity Plaza closed last week, customers said.
End of the A will keep the truck but sell more items in a larger store on Beach 129th Street.
The owner of 'Empanada City' plans to use family recipes from the Caribbean at new Lincoln Road shop.
All of By The Way's goods including its cookies and layered cakes are made without dairy and gluten.
Sitara offers a large selection and on-site tailors for South Asian brides and grooms.
The restaurant flunked its inspection on Wednesday because of a fly infestation, records show.
A new restaurant on Eighth Avenue will serve authentic piadina imported from Italy, the owner said.
Business tenants facing harassment could be awarded a month's rent or $1,000, along with other fees.
The new meters are more technologically advanced, an official said.
Some are against the building entirely, and the community board is pushing for affordable condos.
The Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID installed the arched sign to make Fifth Avenue look more inviting.
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