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A Key Law Protecting Bar and Restaurant Owners Could Get Extended
The New York City Council is considering whether to suspend personal-liability provisions in commercial leases through March.
Restaurants Need Rent Relief. Are ‘Recovery Leases’ the Answer?
A new proposal aims to aid struggling small businesses.
Danny Meyer Says Rising Rents Are Crushing New York’s Neighborhood
“There are neither victims nor villains in this story,” Meyer writes.
Lulu’s Proprietor Says Landlord Won’t Let Him Reopen As Gay Bar
The lease says it can’t “operate as a gay or lesbian bar and/or restaurant.”
Max Burgio’s B & Co. Faces Eviction in Midtown
It has only been open a few weeks.
Flay Says Mesa Grill Might Not Be Moving After All
“We’re renegoiating the lease … We hope to stay there.”
Update: Was Bouley Suit Originally Dismissed?
The landlord also sued him back in May.
Landlord Sues Bouley for $1.3 Million
The esteemed chef allegedly hasn’t paid rent for two years.
When Restaurant Owners Attack
The owners of a kooky unopened restaurant threatened their landlord’s managing agent with torture.
We Won’t Have Luca Lounge’s Garden to Hang Out in Anymore
The restaurant was forced to abandon its outdoor garden and it’s going to be difficult for someone else to take it over.