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Astoria »

The 6,800-square-foot building, formerly Club Purlieu, will be turned into five or six retail stores.

Downtown Brooklyn »

About 1,000 businesses owned by Yemeni immigrants will shut down between 12 and 8 p.m., organizers said.

Upper East Side »

20 new businesses opened on Madison Avenue this year, outpacing openings in previous years.

Williamsburg »

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

Williamsburg »

The going price per square foot for retail space is $350, a report from CPEX Real Estate found.

Fort Greene »

Jill Lindsey will sell designer clothing, wine, snacks, gifts and housewares.

New York City »

Here's DNAinfo's guide on where to get food and other supplies during Hurricane Sandy.

Jackson Heights »

Cafe Taj will bring fried rice and spicy noodles to 37th Avenue in Jackson Heights.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Madison Avenue is still the place to go for high-end goods with 19 new stores opening up in the first months of 2010.