The Prusik Group, BRP Companies, L+M Development Partners, and Taconic Partners have signed a 28,000-square foot lease with Trader Joe’s
Consumers are starting to turn their eyes toward more billfold-friendly private brands like Harlem Haberdashery, The Brownstone, and many others in Harlem, a new study suggests.
Lidl US, ranked a top 3 U.S. grocer by USA Today 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards, announced today that it will celebrate the grand opening of its highly anticipated store in Harlem on Wednesday, February 23, 2022.
It is a fact that people are now becoming more health-conscious and they attach much of their attention to food.
The CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies has released a new report on “New York City’s Retail Grocery Industry: Economic Restructuring and Its Impact on Organized Labor,” affecting New Yorkers from Harlem to Hollis.
By Elizabeth Rankin-Fulcher On Saturday, April 10, 2021, Ms. Alvis Rogers will celebrate her 102nd birthday with family and friends in New York City.
Today, the New York State Legislature passed legislation (S.8817/A.4739-C) sponsored by Senator Brad Hoylman and Assembly Member Patricia Fahy that will ban the use of per- and poly-fluoroalkyl chemicals (PFAS) in food packaging.
Connecticut Post reports that two New York men will face forgery charges after police say they were caught with counterfeit bills.
AMNY reports that Manhattan has one supermarket for every 7,178 of its residents, and its borough president said that must change.
With Whole Foods planning to become neighborhoods by opening a store in Harlem, now just as they have succeeded by figuring out the food predilections of a whole generation of pickier Harlem eaters, the company is now hoping to win a second time the same way.
Fairway, the popular but struggling supermarket chain, filed for bankruptcy protection late Monday. The grocer said all 15 stores (including the one in Harlem) would remain open and customers should see no impact.
A few months before Fairway held its initial public offering in 2013, a retail expert told Crain’s that the supermarket’s financial condition was so precarious that it “sounds to me like a company that’s going bankrupt.”
NY Times reports that today, Fairway shares trade around $1.80 — a little more than the price of three tangerines.