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Williamsburg »

The pop-up shop will be open on weekends from March 11 to April 16. 

Downtown Brooklyn »

It costs more than $100 per square foot to lease commercial space in Downtown Brooklyn.

Upper East Side »

Many people are disappointed a supermarket isn't moving into the Queensboro Bridge space.

Columbus Circle »

The online retailing giant already has brick-and-mortar shops in Seattle, San Diego and Portland.

Upper East Side »

The beauty chain is moving to East 86th Street, according to real estate company Cushman & Wakefield.

Williamsburg »

The pop-up clothing store opened Friday, according to employees.

Upper East Side »

The store officially opened Friday morning with a ribbon cutting, according to the organization.

Fort Greene »

The Brooklyn Flea will be charging a $1 fee this winter to keep up with rising rent costs.

Greenwich Village »

If you're still looking for a costume, these shops can help. 

Carroll Gardens »

These fitness trackers are blurring the line between wearable tech and stylish accessories.

Sunset Park »

The fashion outlet will offer up to 70 percent discounts for shoppers at the new Third Avenue shop.

TriBeCa »

The 45,000-square-foot Greenwich Street Target soft-opened Wednesday.

SoHo »

Get clothes for great prices, while supporting local organizations. 

DUMBO »

Empire Stores, a former coffee warehouse, is reopening after being vacant since the 1950s.

Williamsburg »

All the iPhones and avocado toast you'll ever need are coming to the neighborhood.