The building that houses Upper East Side E.A.T. gourmet deli and restaurant has sold for $26 million, according to public records.
Cartis Corporation sold the walk-up apartment building at 1064 Madison Avenue, between 80th and 81st Streets, to B&J 609 LLC and WB 1064 Madison LLC in a sale that closed January 30 and was recorded with the city on February 7.
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Community Board 4 last night approved a new greenmarket for West 43rd Street between Ninth and 10th avenues. The market will consist of six 10-by-10-foot tents adjacent to Manhattan Plaza Park, and will be open on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., weather permitting, from July 1 Read More
If you’re going to use a stolen credit card to pay for your purchases, as did a couple of suspects at Barneys recently, you should at least put a little effort into the ruse. That doesn’t mean you have to know your victim’s maiden name or alma mater, but you should at least be able Read More
Some customers are wondering if there are traces of arsenic in the $18-a-pound “organic” lolla rosa and baby arugula salad sold at Eli Zabar’s Vinegar Factory on East 91st Street. But if Eli Zabar, the would-be Ralph Lauren of tony produce, has a serious problem on his hands, you’d never know it. Chewing on an Read More