Here in New York City, skyrocketing rent is a perennial topic of conversation. For restaurateurs, it presents a major hurdle to leasing a space. There is a litany of stories of successful restaurants forced to close because their landlords won’t renew their leases without a staggering hike in rent. The latest restaurant to face such a crisis is the venerable Four Seasons, which might get evicted from the Seagram Building, Gothamist reports. For the past 55 years, the restaurant has ...

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