Harlem Buildings Owned By Isaac Kassirer Moving Towards Bankruptcy

The year of the coronavirus has taken its toll on the real estate industry in ways that often seem unimaginable. Continue Reading →

The Business Of Milk, The Legendary Borden Milk Company In Harlem NY 1899-1930’s

Back in the day, when you thought of Borden’s Milk Company, you may have thought of Elsie the cow, Elmer’s glue, Cracker Jacks, egg nog, Eagle Brand, and other products. Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: Ouch, Dunkin’ To Close 800 U.S. Locations In 2020

Dunkin’ announced on Thursday that it plans to permanently close approximately 800 U.S. locations based on the effects of the COVID crisis. Continue Reading →

With A Store In Harlem Lane Bryant And Others Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

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 the COVID-19 pandemic and file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Continue Reading →


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