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Park Slope »

The family-owned Leopoldi's opened in 1966 and is still going strong at 415 Fifth Ave.

East Harlem »

The men used black handguns with red lasers on them, employees told police.

Upper West Side »

The hardware and home-repair shop will open on Broadway at West 68th Street. 

Prospect Heights »

Longtime customers of Flatbush Hardware, gutted by a Jan. 21 fire, hope to raise $15,000 for its owners.

Prospect Heights »

The blaze destroyed Flatbush Hardware and killed Bassam Awad, 46, whose family ran a neighboring store.

Gramercy »

23rd Street Hardware is closing its doors for good at the end of the month.

Washington Heights »

The owner of 3841 Hardware, Inc. was robbed at home after thieves stole her housekeys from her store.

Gramercy »

James sued Warshaw Hardware for $10 million after it changed the locks to his apartments.

West Village »

The store will take over the former World of Video space on Greenwich Avenue after a rent increase.

Manhattan »

Most businesses closed to make way for Hurricane Irene, but a hearty few stayed open, including an Eighth Avenue sex shop.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

The owners of Burhan Hardware, a successful Upper West Side hardware store, decided to open a shop in Inwood after noticing residents were moving up there in droves.

Manhattan »

Sidewalk ATM account for 4 out of 5 ATMs in Manhattan, but they are not currently regulated by the government.