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The company hopes to gain ground against it retail rival Amazon, which has also eyed space in the city.

SoHo »

The online retail behemoth may be moving into SoHo, according to a report.

Carroll Gardens »

Marietta's at 392 Court Street has been run by three generations of the same family since 1940.

East Harlem »

The El Barrio Artspace on E. 99th St. got more than 53,000 applicants for just 89 units, officials said.

Cobble Hill »

The gallery, which showcases "affordable" art from emerging artists, will close at the end of January.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Community Board 2's website has not been updated in two years and they have no social media presence.

New York City »

New York eateries are embracing Instagram and social-media platforms to stay ahead of the competition.

New York City »

Online shopping site "Made in NYC" is back up and running to help local businesses affected by Sandy.

Downtown Brooklyn »

All-girl teams attempt to break into the male-dominated field of cybersecurity at NYU-Poly.  


An online petition accuses Etsy of allowing the sale of racist Golliwog, Sambo, and Mammy dolls.

Financial District »

The Downtown Alliance has partnered with law firm WilmerHale to expand WiFi coverage Downtown.

East Village »

The Nuyorican Poets Cafe is now streaming events in real time around the world.

West Village »

Porn stars give sex and relationship advice in a series of city-based live workshops and online videos.

New York City »

Productions provided an economic boon to the city last year.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Giorgio Piccoli, 27, turned his own problems finding affordable art into a Flatiron-based startup.