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Upper East Side »

Readers expressed loss and anger after reading about the closing of Mimi's Pizza on the Upper East Side.

Upper West Side »

The Laundromat couldn't afford to stay in the historic W. 74th Street building, its owner said. 

Bed-Stuy »

The underground record store will close by the end of April, the owner said.

Rego Park »

A Pearle Vision store, at 61-35 Junction Blvd., closed several weeks ago. 

East Village »

The Sock Man is closing after 33 years, according to reports.

Bed-Stuy »

The beer distributor on the corner of Willoughby Avenue and Walworth Street will close on Jan. 5.

Park Slope »

The closure of Palma Chemist will allow independent outdoor shop Gear To Go to move into a bigger space.

East Village »

DNAinfo New York took a look back at some of the neighborhood businesses we lost this year.

Ditmas Park »

Nine Chains in Ditmas Park will close on March 1 after a year in business.

Lower East Side »

Vendors say the city hasn't done enough to promote the space and want someone else to manage the market.

Lower East Side »

Main Squeeze has closed following the death of owner Walter Kuehr last week.

Park Slope »

High chairs went for $1 apiece at an auction liquidating the now closed Tea Lounge.

Park Slope »

The Tea Lounge at Union Street and Seventh Avenue is closing its doors, owner Jonathan Spiel said.

Lower East Side »

The art gallery's founders announced its closing on Wednesday.

Midtown »

Crumbs closed its 16 New York City stores, along with dozens more across the country.