The online retailer has opened its first brick-and-mortar location in the city.
Most of the people who live there think the quality of life in the borough could better, a study found.
The store will sell notebooks, journals, planners, cards and pens and offer a gift-wrapping station.
The 100 W. 125th St. store will be the 12th Whole Foods Market in the city, a spokesman said.
The longtime Upper West Side bookseller will open its fourth book store in Court Square.
The ride-sharing app will pick up and deliver your used books clothes and electronics to Goodwill.
The supermarket will open in the first building of the Durst Organization's project at 1-02 26th Ave.
The store, which shuttered its larger site this week, will keep its smaller space at 26-20 23rd Ave.
Savor Beauty + Spa opened this weekend at 448 Columbus Ave.
The building is expected to open to residents this fall with amenities such as a "library lounge."
The Morningside Heights shop selling handmade gifts from around the world saw a dive in sales in 2016.
Options include roller disco, a game night and an all-night dance party.
This the first Uptown location for the two retailers.
Snowy Rosy is slated to open at 70-40 Austin St. in mid-April, its owners said.
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