For the restaurant’s staff, the closure symbolizes the end of a long relationship with Morningside Heights residents and the bitter conclusion of a legal battle over lease agreements with their landlord, James Goldstick. For other nearby businesses, the closure represents the neighborhood’s continuing transition as rents increase.
The bookstore, on 112th Street and Broadway, will not be renewing its lease when it expires in February 2015.
As landlords continue to buy out of affordable housing programs, low-income renters remain at risk.
Mar 11, 10:41pm
University Senator Marc Heinrich, CC ’16, and CU Dems President Sejal Singh, CC ’15, released the final list of the administrators that will be present at Thursday’s Town Hall on... Read More
Mar 11, 6:01pm
The removal of a banner that advertised Students for Justice in Palestine’s Israeli apartheid week from Barnard Hall sparked debate on campus today. The banner, which read “Stand for Justice. Stand... Read More
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