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Uptown links: ShopRite operator buys Harlem Fairway parking lot, and more


ShopRite's operator bought the parking lot of the Fairway in Harlem

• Village Super Market, the operator of ShopRite, won yesterday's auction for four Fairway locations (including the Upper West Side, Upper East Side, and Kips Bay stores), plus the parking lot of the Harlem location. No word yet on what will happen to the adjoining Harlem store. [Supermarket News]


• Here's a guide to black-owned Harlem restaurants you can support while social distancing, compiled by a member of a Harlem indie punk band. [Imanigold]


• Red Rooster's Marcus Samuelsson joined other star chefs in penning an opinion article on the importance of saving America's restaurants. [NY Times]


• A resident of the International House dorm on Riverside Drive near W 123rd Street died due to coronavirus this weekend. [Daily News]


• Council member Mark Levine, who represents parts of the Upper West Side, Harlem and Washington Heights, most likely has the coronavirus but will not get tested. [Patch]


• A housing lottery for 73 mixed-income units at a new building called The Robeson at 407 Malcolm X Blvd between W 130th and W 131st Sts kicks off today. [6sqft]


• A sad-but-hopeful profile of Washington Heights bar Coogan's during the coronavirus shutdown. [The New Yorker]


• The release date of "In the Heights," set to hit theaters on June 26, has been pushed back. [NY Post]


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