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Upper West Side »

Open Sunday night, the Mediterranean restaurant abruptly closed its doors for good the next morning.

Midtown »

An accordion shop on the former Music Row has moved and a beloved Theater District eatery has closed.

Bed-Stuy »

The back room of Jimmy's Candy Store was crawling with roaches and littered with cat food cans.

Bed-Stuy »

Jimmy's Candy Store was shuttered in May with Sheshe the cat stuck inside, owners and court papers say.

Clinton Hill »

"It just didn't stick," owner Pip Freeman said about the French cuisine restaurant.

Fort Greene »

Both locations closed in the last week, according to signage posted on the coffee shops' doors.

Bed-Stuy »

Head Hunter Barbershop, Celestino and Good Yoga are among the Bed-Stuy spots lost in 2014. 

TriBeCa »

The store will offer discounts on a selection of its wine as it prepares to close.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Michael Marrella and Joe Manniello ran Marrella Hair Stylists since 1972.

Prospect Heights »

The owner said she plans to take a break and wants to take a road trip with her dog.

Civic Center »

The 43-year-old music, electronics and computer mega-store will shut down for renovations Thursday.

Chelsea »

More than a dozen spots in Chelsea closed over the past year. Many have yet to be replaced.

Upper East Side »

The employees at Very Good Toys East, located at 1020 Third Ave., are moving to an UWS location.

Upper East Side »

The Madison Avenue Business Improvement District said 14 stores have already opened in 2013.

Yorkville »

An outpost of the coffee and pastry chain has replaced a defunct photo shop.