A glimpse at a KFC knockoff's p&l.
The esteemed chef allegedly hasn't paid rent for two years.
Owing to nonpayment of rent.
The story behind the Greenwich Village fixture's closing.
Dishes with names like "Low Credit High Spirits" couldn't save the fifteen-year-old restaurant.
"The idea here is to be really exclusive not in the 2009 sense, but in the 1998 sense."
The landlord has seized a relative Nolita newcomer.
Rents are starting to drop all over the city. Can you take advantage?
The quirky East Village experiment owes $52,253.43 in back rent.
The reporting is still behind the bad developments.
An elderly photographer's fight to keep her apartment is a fight for us all.
The ‘Times’ and the ‘Post’ both ran obituaries for the city real-estate bubble today.
That’s what some people lunching there wonder. Plus, the latest in New York media, finance, and legal news.
We think we recognize yesterday's "City"-section story about Alphabet City from November 2005. And September 2007…
Plus, the latest with UBS, Bonnie Fuller, and 15 Central Park West, in our daily industry roundup.
Fellow Alphabet City residents debate the merits of the soon-to-be departed 6th Street icon.
Plus, '02138' graduates to a new publisher, Bush goes online, and Skadden makes big bucks — all in our daily industry roundup.