The parent company of Lane Bryant, Ann Taylor, LOFT, Justice, Catherines, and Lou & Grey — ascena retail group, inc. — is the latest retailer to take a fall from Continue Reading →
The year of the coronavirus has taken its toll on the real estate industry in ways that often seem unimaginable.
A bankruptcy court in Richmond, Va., has approved a deal giving new life to Lane Bryant that has a store in Harlem and several other apparel brands.
Vitamin and dietary supplement company GNC has filed for bankruptcy. GNC cited, among other reasons, the financial toll of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fairway will begin selling off its grocery stores after declaring bankruptcy Thursday, court records show.
With a store in Harlem, it was surprising that Fairway Market has denied reports that it would declare bankruptcy and close its grocery stores.
NY Crains reports that with a location at 282 St Nicholas Avenue in Harlem, Nine West Holdings Inc., filed for bankruptcy protection with a plan to sell some assets and reorganize Continue Reading →