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Amid Coronavirus Shutdowns, Landlords Often Determine Fate of Small Businesses
josé a. alvarado jr.
Jun 9, 2020
Location: New York City
“I am one of the luckier ones,” said Tariq Haq, a Pintchik tenant and owner of the Corner Delhi, an Indian restaurant on Bergen Street, one half block from Fifth Avenue.  “We both agree it’s about getting through to the end of this. As long as we’re reasonable with each other, that is doable.”

Amid Coronavirus Shutdowns, Landlords Often Determine Fate of Small Businesses 
On Brooklyn’s Fifth Avenue, business owners are frantically seeking rent cuts so they can ride out the pandemic. But some landlords are also under financial pressure.


JOSÉ A. ALVARADO JR.

José A. Alvarado Jr. is a visual storyteller devoted to documenting cultural and social issues, as well as human interest stories in the US and Puerto Rico.
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