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East Village »

Outdoor clothing giant Patagonia will move into 313 Bowery, the former CBGB Gallery space.

Greenwich Village »

Residents of 505 LaGuardia Pl. reached a lease deal with NYU to keep rent affordable.

Financial District »

The U.S. General Services Administration signed a lease for 1 World Trade Center.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Macaron Parlour has signed a lease at 111 St. Mark's Place.

Harlem »

Red Rooster Harlem's Marcus Samuelsson may have expressed interest in the Lenox Lounge space.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

The popular pop up bookstore Word Up Books, at 4157 Broadway, is trying to extend its lease into 2012.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Francois Payard's wine and champagne bar has backed out of a lease for Third Avenue and East 76th Street, reps confirmed to DNAinfo. The space will instead become a Wink women's clothing store.

East Village & Lower East Side »

The St. Mark's Bookshop has been seeking a rent reduction to save the struggling store.

East Village & Lower East Side »

The St. Mark's Bookshop owners said landlord Cooper Union has offered to defer a month's rent to a later date, but has not reduced the store's rent as requested.

Downtown »

Con Ed was threatening to terminate Park51's lease on 51 Park Pl. as early as Oct. 4, 2011. Park51's community center once included plans for a controversial mosque.

East Village & Lower East Side »

The decade-old coffee shop closed Monday to make way for a new Starbucks outpost on First Avenue.

East Village & Lower East Side »

The nearly 35-year-old bookstore claims it needs a rent break from landlord the Cooper Union.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Joyful Nails plans to open in a 1,340-square foot space at 35 Avenue A.

Harlem »

Claudio the Barber's 60-year stay in East Harlem has been extended for six more months, but his future beyond that is uncertain.

Midtown & Theater District »

But the restaurant's owners are in deep debt after the expansion project took months longer than expected.