A New Yorker who makes traditional Chinese “grab-and-go” street crepes wants to expand.
Despite booming demand for instant purchases, comic book stores do business at a rapid clip.
Fifth Avenue retailers wait to see if this year’s significant increase in median income will inflate Black Friday sales.
A family-owned deli actually has two owners to stay faithful to an orthodox Jewish tradition that prohibits operating a business on the Sabbath. Ben’s Deli stays open seven days a week without breaking any rules.
Flower wholesalers in the historic 28th Street market are under strain from hotel construction and traffic but have no plans to relocate.
Ashley Nell Tipton, winner of Project Runway, launched a new plus-size clothing line on the first day of New York Fashion Week.
With buildings being sold for other uses in the Garment District, fashion companies face a difficult choice: pay higher rent or move to Brooklyn.
Chick-fil-A opened its first full-service restaurant in New York City on October 3. Per company tradition, the restaurant held its famous First 100 Giveaway the night before.
The small, elite trade show EDIT is more profitable for emerging lines than a runway show, according to the show’s director, though some exhibitors were unsatisfied with sales.
While everything else in the NYC startup industry— funding, ideas and opportunities — are abundant and growing, talented workers, especially technical developers, are hard to find.
Specialty store Rock Star Crystals moves into a neighborhood where shuttered windows often line the streets, as mom-and-pop businesses find it difficult to find affordable leases in Chelsea.
Fantasy football, an $11 billion industry, is making money for Midtown West bars and restaurants that host draft parties.
Mayor de Blasio’s new initiative will help small businesses, but some wonder if non-English-speaking business owners in the community will be heard.
The Street Vendor Project launched a new campaign to request more vendor licenses, permits and open streets.
Dana Glaeser, 37, quit his job as a marketing executive to start his own accessories company, and was among nearly 3,000 participants in the NY Now Trade Show in late August.
Farmers market vendors move a step closer to having parking regulations revised in Herald Square.
As fashion tenants slowly leave the Garment District, a group of small businesses, non-profits and emerging designers come together to revitalize the area’s stylish legacy.
Skyrocketing real estate prices are pushing budding entrepreneurs to seek alternative office space that helps them participate in New York’s booming technology industry.
Over the past ten years, 25% of all off-off Broadway spaces have been forced to close their doors or relocate several times due to unaffordable rents and city gentrification.
As more students download books on e-readers, do their classwork on tablets and submit printed assignments, technology items are in great demand during this back-to-school season in Midtown West.
The New York Hilton Midtown hotel ceased traditional room service and replaced it with Herb N’ Kitchen, a grab-n-go cafeteria. Some other major New York City hotels are reducing room service hours, suggesting a new trend.
Local residents prevailed against the owner of a Cuban bar and restaurant who wanted to open a new location on the ground floor of a West 26th Street condominium, between 6th and 7th avenues.