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Upper East Side »

Owners Daniele Valensi and Alessandra McCarthy couldn't keep up with rising rents, they said. 

Jamaica »

The library will provide training and workspace for entrepreneurs seeking to start a food businesses.

Bed-Stuy »

Development group Weissman Equities is looking for businesses to fill storefronts on Marcus Garvey Blvd.

Upper East Side »

A meeting to address a plan to increase street vending permits is set for Thursday night.

East Harlem »

The Lillian Project aims to help black women in the world of small business. 

Brooklyn Heights »

The panel discussion is scheduled for Friday, June 17 at St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights.

Bed-Stuy »

The tour will highlight the history of the Fulton Street strip as told by longtime owners and locals.

Upper East Side »

Mary Arnold Toys, which has been around for 85 years, is making a move to survive.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The Prospect-Lefferts Gardens cafe applied for a liquor license with Community Board 9 this week.

East Williamsburg »

Carol Bridal Shop, Party Supplies have to leave in April, its long-time owner said. 

Flatiron »

Part of Scott Stringer's Red Tape Commission, the hearing is open to Manhattan small business owners.

Crown Heights »

Several area merchant groups have planned multiple weekends of giveaways and specials, organizers said.

Prospect Heights »

ACME Pet Food Inc. has served customers from its Vanderbilt Avenue store since 1985.

Yorkville »

The building that has hosted the garage for decades was reportedly sold for $11.6 million.

Red Hook »

Congresswoman Nydia Velázquez said Thursday the U.S. Senate had passed her legislation.